Yes, I should be able to help you, but it might take me a day or so as the help file is the old fashioned Windows XP .hlp format. I will try to convert it to a pdf file, if I can. I know there is a .hlp to .pdf program somewhere.
Essentially the plugin works by initially getting you to set up how you want the individual strings of the guitar to be recorded, i.e. all strings on one track, or a separate track per string. Then whether you want all those strings to play on separate channels or one channel. You can select from various tunings and normal or bass guitar.
Once there, you can select the chords you require, in high or low position, and they'll be inserted in the staff/TAB view a beat at a time. You can select all notes or just a few of them.
I have a Tyros 4 and i want to make some real good guitar styles. My problem is that I have an apple computer and I've never worked with XGworks. XGworks is for Windows only and now works xgworks on my Mac. So I have a lot to learn.
Denis from Belgium
Tyros 4 - Roland PCR-800 midi controller[br]Daw : Reason - Logic Apple [br]IMac[br]
Well, this might seem like a 'cop out' as we say, but for a Tyros 4 and for other Yamaha keyboards, the best web site that I can recommend to help you is www.psrtutorial.com. On that site you will find many already developed new styles together with programs, many of them free, that have been developed by enthusiasts like you, to create or modify existing files.
XGworks was created a bit before the very complex style files that now exist were invented for PSR and Tyros. It can help you create some fairly simple files, but doesn't handle the more complex extra features added more recently. XGworks is more of a general purpose MIDI sequencer with some Yamaha specific features added. The last version of XGworks released in the West was from around the late nineties. A lot has happened within Yamaha home keyboards since then.
Associated with the PSR tutorials web site you will find a very active forum, including a section on the Tyros 4 and one on style files. See the top level menu there at the extreme right hand end to enter the forum. You'll need to create an account there to post, and to access all the sections.
You will probably find one of Mike Bedessem's utilities (I think) will be of great help to you.
The way I learnt to sequence was by loading other people's files into XGworks and seeing how it was done, then a few books on sequencing.