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Robo's Theme (Chrono Trigger) Guitar Tab

Submitted: Oct 03, 2007 by archard

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Average: 4.5 (11 votes)
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Game: Chrono Trigger
Composer(s): Nobuo Uematsu, Yasunori Mitsuda, Noriko Matsueda
Style: Transcription
Series: Chrono

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Robo's Theme
Chrono Trigger
Composed by Yasunori Mitsuda
Tabbed by Richard Schaefer (richard@gametabs.net)
8/20/06

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

e------0-0---0-0-0---5-2-0--------0-0------
B--3-3-----------------------3-3----------0
G--------------------------------------2---
D------------------------------------------
A------------------------------------------
E------------------------------------------

e-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
B--------------------------------------------------------------------0--------
G--------0-2---2-2-0---------------0-2---------------------0-2---2-2---2-2-0--
D--0-4-4-------------4-2---0h2-4-4-----------------0h2-4-4-------------------4
A----------------------------------------0-2---4------------------------------
E-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

7 comments on Robo's Theme

Robo's never gonna give you

Robo's never gonna give you up.

Sounds greate

Sounds greate

Sounds good and is actually

Sounds good and is actually playable. In a world where the great majority of tabs tell you to hit frets that don't exist, this is a damn good tab. I want your children.

We're no strangers to love.

We're no strangers to love.

OMG! I never realized that

OMG! I never realized that before. WTF it sounds just like it

nice tabs

5

nice tabs

..OMG. We've been Rick

5

..OMG. We've been Rick Roll'd since 1995 by Square...Those sneaky bastards.