Does anyone have suggestions for finding good quality sheet music? By good quality I mean correct. I have downloaded some good arrangements from musicnotes.com. However, many times I will look up a song and what is written on the page doesn't seem to be anything like the song. I've tried some of the tab sites but find reading tabulature to be quite maddening. Also, many of the tabs are incorrect.
In order to get the right music you have to pay to play. " http://www.musicnotes.com/?om_rid=AABZeI&om_mid=_BQEBxCB8rbyOMk...
IMSLP mostly contains classical pieces for all instruments. Lots of scores are PDF files of original old publications that have been scanned. Sometimes scan quality isn't that good but at least you often have good layout regarding the scores, because most of them were scores published in stores.
Free Scores contains more files, because most of them are PDFs that have been re-edited, re-arranged using modern software. A very large choice, of all genres, all instruments, in tabs and standard notation. However, many times the scores transcripted aren't as accurate as original commercial scores.
Thanks for the replies. I have downloaded from both FREESCORES and MUSICNOTES. The problem I have run into on musicnotes is that some of the songs I've downloaded are NOT what I see being played by the artist. I've run into the same problem with a few of the song books I've bought. I have the 'artist approved' Jack Johnson songbook and a couple others. They seem so much simpler than what I actually hear from the artist. I'm fairly new to guitar and I don't kid myself that I can play the same songs as these artists but when I'm playing a song that doesn't sound like it is supposed to I don't want to play it.