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"Any sort of work needs its supplies to be accomplished, and music is no exception. For writing down music by hand, it's a good idea to have plenty of blank staff paper and tablature on hand. These pre-marked sheets will save you the work of drawing your own, and their consistent measurements and spacing make them very easy to work with and to read afterward. Songwriters are naturally some of the biggest users of staff paper and tablature, so if composing is your game, you've got every reason to stock up. Many of the papers here are bound in pads, which makes them perfect for slipping into your gig bag or suitcase when you travel. That way, you can keep an inspiration journal of riff and melody ideas that pop into your head at any time. Even if you're new to hand notation, there are some great options - check out Hal Leonard's Music Staff Paper for Dummies, for example. This book is more than just your average staff book; it's filled with guides and references to help you master the art of musical notation. Educators will also get plenty of use out of blank staff paper and tablature. Whether you're writing notes yourself in order to prepare exercises for your students, or handing it out to them to practice their own notation skills, it really is a music classroom essential. You can even get themed packages like the Hal Leonard Mickey's Manuscript Paper or Alfred Star Wars Music Writing Book, perfect for getting students' attention or simply indulging your own tastes when you set out to write music. Whatever your needs for blank staff paper and tablature, you'll find the supplies here to fulfill them. These pads and packs come as basic or as fancy as you like, with plenty of options for notation guides and other helpful extras on the side. Write music for any instrument on the staff, or specialize in tablature for the guitar or bass - the choice is yours with these notation essentials."