So here's a common scenario... Guitar player posts short clip of a new song. That guy comments, "Do you have tabs?" or "tabs plz". Now, chances are that if it's a freshly written piece, the tab isn't made yet. It's also common that a tab is made for an existing song that's releasing with an album or video. Someone asks about the tab or an instructional video, the guitarist shares the link to buy the tabs or offers paid lessons, and to no surprise, no sale happens. Many hours go into writing a song, recording, video work, releases, and many hours go into creating a tab so that others can learn the song. In most cases, the player doesn't know how to use tab/notation software and has to hire a professional to help them with this. All of these things cost time and money. So if you are one who asks for tabs, please be ready and willing to pay $5 for them. Also, try to buy the tabs whenever possible and not get it for free from a friend, especially if the musician you are learning from is living. There are many cases of a classic song that many people have the tabs of, and sharing happens understandably, but in most cases, someone is losing hard earned money. This is called file sharing, pirating, or stealing. That's bad, mmmkay? Avoid it when you can. The more people pay for tabs or music, the more of an incentive the artist has to continue providing these things.