This is my first post on DM's Beatles' Forums.
At the ripe old age of 48, I have been a Fabs' fan since I was about 12 (when nobody in the U.K., where I was then living, really wanted to know about them).
I look forward to many happy hours posting here, and am starting with a question.
I am quite a mediocre musician, and find it helpful to learn Beatles lead breaks from a combination of tabs (not chord names, but real tabs), and videos (clearly explained, and presented; there are some useful examples on youtube, but most are either unclear to me, or inaccurate, or both).
Unfortunately for me, over the past year or so, many of the most helpful tabs and videos (especially mjsokes' videos) have disappeared from the net, and I am wondering if anyone could suggest anything that might be helpful for me.
I find the idea of Wolf Marshall's books quite attractive, and I have three of them, but I find that he is not always accurate, and the selections that he chooses are just that - selections - rather than complete tabs.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.