Recording: Final Fantasy VII - Main Theme

Submitted Wed, 04/24/2013 - 15:54
by manccurt | View the tab

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I'd like to dedicate this performance to my best friend currently residing in Korea, Sangyun. Thank you for always supporting me and keeping in touch ;)
See you soon ^^

I've been living here in Japan for already 8 months. Usually I don't practice playing much, so I was a bit reluctant to upload a new video. But since my last upload almost a year passed by, so I wanted to upload a new video. I think even with a few glitches my performance was not too bad. Of course, I need to practise more!!

Thank you for watching!

Please comment ^^

Copyright: Square-Enix
Composed by Nobuo Uematsu
Arranged by blitzwater
Tabbed by archard

Yamaha SLG130NW Silent Classical Guitar, Mari Strings (high tension)
Sony DSC-WX100 digital camera (used for recording video)
Cowon iAudio 7 (used for recording audio)

5 comments on Main Theme

Japan... the only country in

Japan... the only country in the world where you can play FF music into the early hours of the morning and not get a noise complaint!

Great job though Manccurt those tuplets can be tricky, how do you like the Yamaha? I've always pegged Yamaha as mostly entry level stuff.

They have higher-line

They have higher-line classical guitars.

If you've only heard of them as entry-level guitars, that's probably because they DO make good entry-level guitars, so when people ask for advice about beginner classicals, you hear "Yamaha", so you make that association.

People looking for concert-grade guitars, on the other hand, usually already know what they're looking for, and that they have to try a lot of guitars themselves--nobody else can tell them what to get. So you don't hear people asking online "What's a good classical guitar in the $2,000-$6,000 range?"

Although from what I've seen, Yamaha's high-end line may be overpriced.

hey, thanks for commenting. I

hey, thanks for commenting.
I think musenji is right, I agree with everything he said.

Well, it's a silent guitar, so I can play early morning, late night or whatever, it's very quiet (although still audible).

How do I like it? Well, when amplified it sounds very nice and I would say even warm, but there are a few problems. For example, the dye on the fingerboard rubbed out pretty fast (it's not so bad, but already looks like I used the guitar for 5 years, will have to redye the fingerboard) and recently some strings started producing loud buzz, that has never happened to me with any other guitar. I will address this issue to their customer service, I hope they can help me.

Electronics in this guitar are excellent, 9v battery lasts kinda long, I would say. But it's not so problem-free. If it didn't have the aforementioned problems, I would be satisfied with it.

sounds good.


sounds good.

Im loving it...from all the

Im loving it...from all the way from New Zealand