First off, this thread is mostly for hacks like me who just love to sing songs either solo or in a small group or jam setting. I realize having a fakebook onstage at a paying gig can be frowned upon. I love to sing all kinds of songs: rock, blues, old country, newer country, folk, bluegrass. I like it all, but mostly lean toward the rootsy acoustic stuff. Never fancied myself a writer, I just love a good song! I’ve been carrying around a revolving version of this songbook for about 15 years or so. It’s my song Bible and has been to more camping trips, jams, family gatherings and other parties than I can remember. I like the 3 ring binder format for ease of adding, editing, resequencing and replacement (I’ve worn out 3 over the years). I use plastic sheet protectors for durability. I like one song per page with big print so I can see it after a few beers or if I need to set a few feet away while playing. I keep the word files stored on my computer for backups. Most of these songs I know by heart, and just need to be reminded now and then what lyric starts the second verse, what key the bridge is in, etc. Others are songs I’m working on or have had requests for. Today I upgraded to a bigger binder and decided to reorganize alphabetically so I can actually find the song I’m looking for more easily. I counted 186 songs in there currently and always growing. Enough to play for hours and hours without repeats. It got me thinking, what do you all use for songbooks? iPads, notebooks, internet or are you strictly memory?