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The Day After (Final Fantasy VI) Guitar Tab

Submitted: Jan 21, 2013 by thedstring

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Game: Final Fantasy VI
Composer(s): Nobuo Uematsu
Style: Arrangement, Fingerstyle
Series: Final Fantasy

This song is also called From That Day On...

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From That Day On...
     (also known as "The Day After")
Final Fantasy VI

composed by Nobuo Uematsu
arranged by Nate Brooks (thedstring)



Standard Tuning - no capo

the > symbol after a note means you should accentuate that note.


                                                                     half bar
                               bar the 4's with ring finger     III______________
E||---------------------------|--------------2-------------|-----6--5--6----------------|
B||----1--0--1----------------|-----------4-----4----------|-----------3--6-----3-------|
G||*------2-----2-----2-------|--------4-----------4-------|--------3--------3----------|
D||*---2-----------2-----2----|--1--4-----------------4----|-----3-----------------0----|
A||-0-------------------------|--0-------------------------|--0-------------------------|
E||---------------------------|----------------------------|----------------------------|

  V________________________                               bar the 4's with ring finger
--------5-------------------|----------------------------|--------------2-------------|
-----5--------5-------------|-----1--0--1----------------|-----------4-----4----------|
--6--------6-----6----------|--------2-----2-----2-------|--------4-----------4-------|
--------7-----------7-------|-----2-----------2-----2----|--1--4-----------------4----|
-----7-----------------7----|--0-------------------------|--0-------------------------|
--5-------------------------|----------------------------|----------------------------|

         half bar
    III______________
-----6--5--6----------------|--------5-------------------|----------------------------|
-----------3--6-----3-------|-----5--------5-------------|----------------------------|
--------3--------3----------|--6--------6-----6----------|----------------------------|
-----3-----------------0----|--------7-----------7-------|----------------------------|
--0-------------------------|-----7-----------------7----|--0--2-----2--0--2--0-------|
----------------------------|--5-------------------------|-----------------------0----|


----------------------------|----------------------------|----------------------------|
----------------------------|----------------------------|----------------------------|
----------------------------|--2-----------2-------------|--2-----------2-------------|
----------------------------|--------------2-------------|--------------2-------------|
--0--2-----2--0--2--0-------|--0--2-----2--0--2--0-------|--0--2-----2--0--2--0-------|
-----------------------0----|-----------------------0----|-----------------------0----|


----------------------------|----------------------------|----------------------------|
--1>-------------------0>---|--1>-------------------0>---|--1>----3>----1>-3--1>-0----|
--2-------------------------|--------2>----------2>------|--2-----------2-----2--0----|
----------------------------|----------------------------|----------------------------|
--0--2-----2--0--2--0-------|--0--2-----2--0--2--0-------|--0--2-----2--0-----0-------|
-----------------------0----|-----------------------0----|-----------------------0----|


----------------------------|----------------------------|----------------------------|
--1>------------------------|--1>-------------------0>---|--1>-------------------0>---|
-----2>---------------------|--2-------------------------|--------2>----------2>------|
----------------------------|----------------------------|----------------------------|
--0--------2--0--2--0-------|--0--2-----2--0--2--0-------|--0--2-----2--0--2--0-------|
-----------------------0----|-----------------------0----|-----------------------0----|


----------------------------|----------------------------|--0>------------------------|
--1>----3>----1>-3--1>-0----|--1>------------------------|--1--------------------3>---|
--2-----------2-----2--0----|-----2>---------------------|--------------------0-------|
----------------------------|----------------------------|----------------------------|
--0--2-----2--0-----0-------|--0--------2--0--2--0-------|-----3-----3--2--3-----3----|
-----------------------0----|-----------------------0----|----------------------------|


--0>------------------------|--0>----3>----2>-3--2>------|--0>------------------------|
--1-----1>----------1>-3>---|--1--------------------3----|--1--------0>-------0-------|
--------0-------------------|----------------------------|--0-----------------1>------|
----------------------------|----------------------------|-----0-----------0----------|
-----3-----3--2--3----------|-----3-----3----------------|--3-----------2-------------|
----------------------------|--------------3-------------|--------------0--------4----|


----------------------------|----------------------------|----------------------------|
--1>-------------------0>---|--1>-------------------0>---|--1>----3>----1>-3--1>-0----|
--2-------------------------|--------2>----------2>------|--2-----------2-----2--0----|
----------------------------|----------------------------|----------------------------|
--0--2-----2--0--2--0-------|--0--2-----2--0--2--0-------|--0--2-----2--0-----0-------|
-----------------------0----|-----------------------0----|-----------------------0----|


---------------------------||
--1>-----------------------||
-----2>-------------------*||
--------------------------*||
--0--------2--0--2--0------||
-----------------------0---||


And here's an ending for you                               rasg
----------------------------|----------------------------|----------------------||
----------------------------|----------------------------|--0-------------------||
----------------------------|----------------------------|--2-------------------||
----------------------------|----------------------------|--4-------------------||
--0--2-----2--0--2--0-------|--0--2-----2--0--2--0-------|--0-------------------||
-----------------------0----|-----------------------0----|----------------------||
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5 comments on The Day After

yay !

5

that's a brilliant work. I like play it ^^

Thanks! I was surprised at

Thanks! I was surprised at how easy it really was to tab out. I thought it would be a challenge from how it sounds.

You can always make it harder

You can always make it harder using tremolo!

5 stars for the effort made,

5 stars for the effort made, although personally this arrangement loses enough of the "feel" of the original to warrant a duet in my opinion.

Considering it as is for a moment though, a small change must be made in measure 1 to preserve the rhythm of the melody:

                               
E||---------------------------|
B||----1--0--1----------------|
G||*------2-----2-------------|
D||*---2--------------2-------|
A||-0--------------0-----0----|
E||---------------------------|

You do have the correct rhythm for the melody in measure 3, and the two should be parallel. The alternate notes don't *have* to be 0 on the A string, but it works for me.

The bass line in the second section didn't sound right to me. Turns out the notes are correct, but the octaving is what's compromised.

Oddly enough, if I keep the original in mind I can *imagine* that the octaves are changing and that works in my brain, lol. But, I really think it would work better as a duet, with the bassline octaves preserved and the melody in the original octave as well.

I would agree with you. When

I would agree with you. When I made this I toyed with adding other notes here and there, or moving octaves around. This was the best I could come up with as a single guitar version. It definitely feels slightly unfinished to me, but I don't have the time to rework this, and I don't know if people would really care if I remade it.

If I get any time, I'd like to work on songs that have more feeling to them, or a song that hasn't been done yet.