the hand-crafted music library of @davidpots
Welcome to my collection of guitar tabs, lyrics, and chords for the songs I love to play.
Content for each song has been hand-crafted solely by me. Utmost care has been taken to ensure all music notation is accurate, consistent, and complete.
– David Potsiadlo
Here are some of the video lessons I have made recently. I typically aim to create 3-4 lessons per month. Subscribe on YouTube to be sure you never miss a new lesson.
View my notes & tabs for Say It Ain't So →
View my notes & tabs for You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go →
View my notes & tabs for Summer of '69 →
View my notes & tabs for Don't Let Me Down →
View my notes & tabs for How I Go →
View my notes & tabs for 7 Years →
View my notes & tabs for Kodachrome →
View my notes & tabs for Give My Love To Rose →
View my notes & tabs for Sweet Caroline →
View my notes & tabs for I Walk The Line →
View my notes & tabs for Redemption Song →
View my notes & tabs for Hallelujah →
Here's a list of the 173 songs I've added to the site since December 2012. Each song was added by me personally.
Songs are grouped by the year they were released.
My name is David Potsiadlo, and I created Songnotes to share my collection of guitar tabs, chords, and lyrics for my favorite songs.
Since I started playing guitar over 10 years ago, I've often been frustrated by the preponderance of mediocre and incomplete song tabs littered across the internet. To combat this, I started keeping my own collection of notes for each song I learn -- always taking the extra time to make sure accuracy and completeness are never compromised. Years later, my collection grew to the point where I knew I had to share it online with fellow aspiring musicians.
In December 2012, I began designing & developing a website that became Songnotes. Here, I share my personal collection of hand-crafted music notation with all those online. I hope you enjoy.
Songnotes is my personal labor of love, but it wasn't built overnight. If you find this resource valuable, please consider a small donation. Even $1, $2, or $5 would be helpful and immensely appreciated.
Thanks so much!