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Song: End of Me
Artist: A Day To Remember
Album: Common Courtesy
Tab by bbfreak1127 (Joseph Wonesh)

Tuning: D Standard
Updated 18th Oct 2013.


Finger picked:

D|-0---------0---------------------------------------------------------|
A|-------0-----------0-----0-----------------0---------------0---------|
F|---6---------6---------------4-------3---------3-----3---------3-----|
C|---------------------6---------6-------4---------4-----4---------4---|
G|-4---4---4-----4-----------------------------------------------------|
D|-------------------4---4---4-----4---2---2---2-----2-2---2---2-------|


This acoustic part repeats for pretty much the whole song. The rest of the guitar parts 
are really simple, but I guess I can tab it when I get the chance. For reference, they 
just play power chords:


D|-------|
A|-------|
F|-6-----|
C|-6-6-4-|
G|-4-6-4-|
D|---4-2-|

And then there's some lead part that's just the root note played higher up. I'm calling 
this an intro tab because it's not a full tab yet.
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Red Dragon 62 Nov 11, 2013 05:11 PM

D|-0---------0---------------------------------------------------------|
A|-------0---------------------0-------------0---------------0---------|
F|---6---------6-----4-----4-----------3---------3-----3---------3-----|
C|---------------------6---------6-------4---------4-----4---------4---|
G|-4---4---4-----4-----------------------------------------------------|
D|-------------------4---4---4-----4---2---2---2-----2-2---2---2-------|

Personally I think this makes more sense :)

The only difference is the second phrase. Instead of playing the open note first you would play the 4th fret twice and then the open note.

Great job though!

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M4g1c4rr0w 10 Oct 03, 2014 03:12 PM

Awesome tab. I just did a lot of research, looking through official videos, covers, online tabs, trying stuff out. And this tab matches exactly what I found to be completely accurate and sound the best, while also being the easiest to play.

Red Dragon's correction sounds the same, but it's harder to play.

Incase someone's curious, this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qAz4oXU7gH4 is exactly how A Day To Remember's guitarist plays it. Appears to still be in standard D.

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M4g1c4rr0w 10 Oct 03, 2014 04:43 PM

On second thought, after playing both ways all day, I've found the original easier and more fun to play. Standard D tuning.

D|-0----------0--------------------------------------------------------|
A|--------0-----------0-----0---0------------0----------------0--------|
F|-------------------------------------3---------3------3---------3----|
C|---11---------11------6---------6------4---------4------4---------4--|
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-9----9---9------9--4---4---4-----4--2---2---2-----2--2---2---2------|

This is how A Day To Remember plays it.

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