This is the Xenoblade 2 Guitar Tab. Gramps Fonsett Village guitar cover.
Composed by ACE, Kenji Hiramatsu, Manami Kiyota, and Yasunori Mitsuda.
The guitar tuning is 6(E) 5(A) 4(D) 3(G) 2(B) 1(E).
The Gramps theme song, sometimes referred to as the Fonsett Village theme is an emotive track first featured in the open-world action role-playing game, Xenoblade Chronicles 2. The song brings out a sensational vibe in the game and is befitting for all the hypothetical romantic scenes.
The main character in the game, Rex, is depicted as the protector of the female protagonist Pyra. Both characters share a life force and this makes Pyra more vulnerable to injuries and damage. However, Rex’s form is illusory as he sort of exists in memory. His goal is to protect Pyra on the journey to Elysium and get her there safely.
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To bring out the great quality audio in this Fonsett Village cover, I used a superb audio interface. I’d recommend it to any serious instrumentalist. Here is the amazon link which I’m going to receive a small commission if you decide to purchase it. Notably, the entire Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Soundtrack was all Japanese-composed. The composers include Manami Kiyota, ACE, Yasunori Mitsuda, and Kenji Hiramatsu. Most songs in the soundtrack have amassed many positive reviews online.
The Gramps song in particular got a good share of encouraging reviews. My thoughts on the track are that if Xenoblade 2 were a musical, the song would probably have Rex and Pyra dancing in a romantic duet. Due to the overwhelming strain that sprung from playing the track on guitar, the ergonomic classical guitar support helped me with the posture and BARS! Here is the link.
Besides, there are other sweet pieces in the game’s soundtrack that can be played seamlessly on guitar. For instance, I’d propose that you try playing “Where It All Began” by Yasunori Mitsuda or maybe “Exploration” by ACE. The whole Xenoblade Chronicles 2 album has six discs. Each of the discs enlists about 20 songs.
So if you want to cover songs from the album, you are spoilt for choice. The most widely-recognized songs from the game are Elysium of the Blue Sky and Incoming!