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Submitted by: disciple_777

Song--Through The Fire
By----Day Of Fire
Album-Day Of Fire
Song--Joshua Brown & Gregg Hionis
Tabbed By--Jordan E.

Tuning Dropped Db (tune low string to D then drop all strings one half step)
To play with the CD you hafta be in Db, but you could play it in dropped D of 
course.

Intro
---------------------------------------------------------------
---------------------------------------------------------------
---------------------------------------------------------------
-4--4-4-4-0-0-00-----------------------------------------------
-4--4-4-4-0-0-00-----------------------------------------------
-4--4-4-4-0-0-00-----------------------------------------------
Repeat 4x, then play this.

Verse Riff
---------------------------------------------------------------
---------------------------------------------------------------
---------------------------------------------------------------
-2-4-4-4-2-4--0-0----------------------------------------------
-2-4-4-4-2-4--0-0----------------------------------------------
-2-4-4-4-2-4--0-0----------------------------------------------
P.M.--------]  Repeat this 8x

Chorus
---------------------------------------------------------------
---------------------------------------------------------------
---------------------------------------------------------------
-4-4-4-4-2-2-0-0-0-0-0-----------------------------------------
-4-4-4-4-2-2-0-0-0-0-0-----------------------------------------
-4-4-4-4-2-2-0-0-0-0-0-----------------------------------------
Repeat 2x then play the intro riff 4x ending on 555 the last time.  
Then the verse riff and chorus..  After the chorus, there's
a break...  There's not much music here, some acoustic strumming or 
or whatever..  I just switch to a clean channel and play this.  It 
sounds fine.  If you want to strum and pick that sounds good too, I'm 
just putting this in for fun...  Just play around with it.
  
---------------------------------------------------------------
-------7---------------5-------------3--------------5----------
----------6--------------4-------------2--------------4--------
-----4-------4-------2-----2------0------0--------2-----2------
---4-----------4---2------------0---------------2---------2----
-4---------------2------------0-------------0-2----------------
 
Then Play the solo over this slightly different rythym.
---------------------------------------------------------------
---------------------------------------------------------------
---------------------------------------------------------------
-4-4-4-2-2-0-0-0-2-2-------------------------------------------
-4-4-4-2-2-0-0-0-2-2---------(play this under the solo)--------
-4-4-4-2-2-0-0-0-2-2-------------------------------------------

---------------------------------------------------------------
------------------------17vvv-17vvvv-17vvv-17vvvvvv------------
--9s11-11-13-14~~~~~----(play this with a little wah)-----16b--
--(repeat this 2x)------(I didn't count how many times)--------
------------------------(just play it until you wanna quit)----
------------------------(finish with 16b and go to the chorus)-

Play the Chorus a few times, and end on the intro with the 555 
variation every second time, end on 444, and that's the end of 
another awesome Day Of Fire song.  This should be accurate...
Hope it works for you.  Peace

Comments about this tab

njsk8rboy - 2005-01-30

????I thought there were 3 chords in the intro????


disciple_777 - 2005-01-30

Later on in the song, he plays the intro with a variation, if you read the note at the end I explained it... As far as the intro goes, he might lightly sound the 2nd fret at the end of each time, but it isn't really played, at least you can't hear it very well... I think the tab sounds awesome, give it a try and let me know...

Got Jesus?


mad_on_guitars - 2005-01-30

good tab,,,sounds rite but man i saw greg play it ahhh i dont know how he does it but it doesnt look anything like this tab...he dusnt use power chords in the intro


disciple_777 - 2005-01-31

Thanks, Mad On Guitars.. Yeah I have no idea how else he would play it, it sure sounds close to me... Maybe he was in Dropped C or something, but still, I think the chords should be close... Anyway, this is just a way to play the song, I don't think tabs are ever perfect unless you steal 'em out of the book... lol

Anyway, thanks a lot man, glad you liked the tab. Peace


mad_on_guitars - 2005-01-31

yeah fully rite...we shuldnt clone the song...just give ur interpritation...ur tribute of the song...yeah in dropped c is the way..u shud try it sum time


mrhyde - 2005-02-05

Hy this is an awesome tab; I've been playing for about 7 years and by listening to this song it would definatly be in drop c, but if it can be done like you got it then its just your why of playing it.


disciple_777 - 2005-02-22

Yeah Mr Hyde, it might be in Dropped C, but it would just be a fret higher, because you don't ever use C5, just C#5 (Db5). So you can hit the notes without tuning down to Dropped C.


I Am THE Hunter - 2005-05-22

i don't think it's drop c. it sounds like C# to me. just drop the guitar a half step. i'm pretty sure. but play however u want. i alwasy play in drop c and i ain't about to change tunings for one song. peace.


disciple_777 - 2005-05-23

Yeah, Hunter, I'm absolutely sure that you can hit the correct chords to play with the CD without going to dropped C... C#5 is the lowest chord in the song.

(This next part isn't directed to you, I am the Hunter.)

I explained this to beginners/people who don't understand de-tuning on my Detainer tab, if this confuses some of you... Ya see, if the guitarist is in Dropped C, and he never plays below the second fret, then you can use Dropped D on the song and still play the song exactly the same... I explained it fully on the other tab, and I know that most of you know all this, it's just some people that don't understand the whole concept yet that I'm trying to inform... Hope this helps a little, and thanks a lot for the comment, Hunter... Peace out...


njsk8rboy - 2005-06-18

DROP C!!!!!
C-5555555-x-1-x-0-
G-5555555-x-1-x-0-
C-5555555-x-1-x-0-
this is MY interpritation(did i spell that wrong?)
o ya strumming not perfect but close


njsk8rboy - 2005-06-18

just try it once is all i ask


Adam K - 2005-07-25

Yeah, I think it's in Drop C.


Parallax - 2005-09-14

What part of "own contribution" don't some of you understand? Awesome tab, it's much better than having to tune down to drop C on stage.


What5647 - 2005-11-10

it's in drop c, for sure. also the intro is diff, i'm about halfway done tabbing this song, pretty easy to do.


What5647 - 2005-11-10

oh, and you have to have it in drop c to hit all the notes.


disciple_777 - 2005-12-14

Hello

Ok, please don't sit and ramble about things that don't matter on my guitar tab... If you want to add a correction or comment, that's fine, but don't sit and tell me how inaccurate my tab is with no explanation for why... Are you trying to say you're the only one that knows how to play guitar??? I'm confused... This is my contribution/interpretation, and if you have one, I'd like to see it... So please don't harp on me, I never said mine was perfect... I still think it's in C# though, have you tried it?? Peace


guitargirlM-80 - 2006-04-27

I agree with you disciple_777 about the whole rambling thing. Whatever.:)


|)rink)v(tn|)ew - 2006-09-09

boyz boyz boyz...

#1 it's in drop C
#2, the intro is like this...
c--5-5--0-6-5-5--6-0--
g--5-5--0-6-5-5--6-0--(repeat)
c--5-5--0-6-5-5--6-0--

#3 verse is pm...--355535--0-0--(repeat)
and #4...chorus is like this
c--5-5-xx3xx3-1-xx1-0-0--
g--5-5-xx3xx3-1-xx1-0-0--(repeat)
c--5-5-xx3xx3-1-xx1-0-0--


|)rink)v(tn|)ew - 2006-09-09

who.. my bad...intro is like this actually...

c--5-5--1-0-5-5--0-6-5-5--1-0-5-5--0-6-
g--5-5--1-0-5-5--0-6-5-5--1-0-5-5--0-6-
c--5-5--1-0-5-5--0-6-5-5--1-0-5-5--0-6-(now into verse)

now guys, it's hard to be 100% but this very close! just ry it and you be the judge!


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