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Auron's Theme (Final Fantasy X) Guitar Tab

Submitted: Oct 02, 2007 by archard

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Game: Final Fantasy X
Composer(s): Nobuo Uematsu, Junya Nakano, Masashi Hamauzu
Style: Transcription
Series: Final Fantasy

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Auron's Theme
Final Fantasy X
Composed by Nobuo Uematsu
Tabbed by Richard Schaefer (richard@gametabs.net)
8/14/06

e-------------------------------------------
B---------------------------------------3--2
G-----------------2--0----------------2-----
D--2---2--2---0-2--------2---2--2---2-------
A-----------0---------------------2---------
E------------------------------------------- x2

e----------------------------------------
B--------------------------------2-3-2---
G--4-2-4-----0-4-2-----4-2-4-------------
D----------------------------------------
A----------------------------------------
E----------------------------------------

e-----------------------------------------------
B-----------------------------------------------
G--4-2-4-----0-4-2-----0---0-------0------------
D------------------------4-------2---4-----2-0-2
A-----------------------------------------------
E----------------------------------------------- Repeat from beginning

Then strum some E minor..

e------------------------------
B------------------------------
G------------------------------
D--2--2-2-2--2-2--2-2-2-2--2--2
A--2--2-2-2--2-2--2-2-2-2--2--2
E------------------------------ x2

The rest is really iffy on guitar so I just decided to leave it out =/

6 comments on Auron's Theme

I'm not sure if you got your

I'm not sure if you got your guitar tuned up a halfstep, but if you subtract 1 from all the numbers in this tab, it will match (be in tune with) the midi file. so instead of the 4 2 4 it will be 3 1 3

To Uziel37, that'd work if

To Uziel37, that'd work if you could hold on the -1 fret when he uses 0 :P

Or you could go to 4 fret on

Or you could go to 4 fret on the next string down for that -1 :P

I was saying because he has

I was saying because he has it listed as regular tuning.

Yep, sounds better when you

Yep, sounds better when you subtract a fret. But I have to skip the open string notes. Could you post Seymour's theme? He was insanely cool!

You don't have to skip open notes.

Just play the note on the next string down. For instance, playing an open note on D is the same as the 5th fret on A. So, if you are subtracting 1 from every note, play 4 on A. Simple as that.

Now, I've gotta swat a bothersome fly.