Tab guitar lessons are one of the est ways to communicate something easily to a beginning guitar student. Because of the numbered notation and the symbols that represent the accents and rhythms, and because of the fact that so many people are familiar with these symbols from lots of computer use, the ability to play guitar from tab lessons can produce very efficient results.
The one thing that tabbed music as an example is lacking, is that tablature doesn't define rhythmic properties so well. This is why it is always advised to listen closely to an accompanying album if you have one to distinguish learning the true rhythm, and this is also extraordinary for training the ear.
If you are just getting started and are looking for some basic tab guitar lessons,
you're probably wondering where you should begin. I always suggest to my students to start with the basics like, the names of the strings, tuning a guitar, chords, and fingerings.
Tab guitar lessons aren't always the best way to learn some thing, admittedly. For instance, tablature is very visual, but sometimes a complete diagram is absolutely necessary for computing something. Chord charts are probably the best way to learn how to play chords, and videos and/or photos can give you an even better grasp of proper technique.