FATpick lets you play custom songs (by importing any Guitar Pro tab) or choose from hundreds of songs already shared by other users.
Here are the 5 most popular songs on FATpick for November 2020.
Nirvana's "Come As You Are", from the album Nevermind. Released as a single in 1992.
AC/DC's "Highway to Hell", the lead single from their classic 1979 album of the same name.
Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah", from his 1983 album Various Positions. You might be more familiar with one of the many cover versions of this song, by Jeff Buckley, Ed Sheeran, or k.d. lang, among many others.
Deep Purple's "Black Night", a single from their album In Rock, recorded in 1970.
The Eagles' "Hotel California", an epically long — 6 ½ minutes ! — single from their 1976 album of the same name.
A note on the methodology:
This ranking is based on the number of times each song was played within FATpick between November 1st and November 30th, midnight to midnight, UTC time.
These stats aggregate plays counts across all tracks for each song. That is, like most songs on FATpick each of these songs include the full tablature for multiple instruments (e.g. both guitar and bass) and parts (e.g., both lead guitar and rhythm guitar). For the purpose of this ranking the play count is the number of times the tablature for any track in the song was played.
FATpick is an interactive, audio-synchronized tab player that gives instant feedback on your timing and accuracy as you play along with any guitar.