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Gtr 1: Acoustic, capo V
Gtr 2: Semi-clean electric, capo V
Gtr 3: Solo acoustic, no capo
Gtr 4: Vocal arrangement, meant more for seeing what each part does in the notation and by keeping each voice on 1 string, than for actually playing. Just picked AEEAAE tuning based on the ranges of the parts.
Gtr 5: Banjo, arranged for capo V guitar
Gtr 6: Distorted electric, no capo
There is a very quiet lead guitar near the end that's so quiet it's more of a background ambience than a real solo. I think the higher A in bar 96 could be the last note of that part, but up until then it's pretty hard to hear. Ad-lib some notes in A minor/blues scale in 12th or 17th position and descend to the 7th fret A at the end.
All repeated parts and combined guitar parts are implied to be done simile, but there are no significant differences in any repeats or between guitars, except for the few comments I made within the tab for certain notes.
There are only 2 notes (D) in the whole song which are too low to play on a 4-string tuned EADG, in measure 53. I'd assume it was done on a 5-string or maybe drop-D just for that section, but the rest of the song seems to make more sense having the top 4 strings in EADG. Didn't worry too much since it was only 2 notes and did the tab for a 4-string, standard tuning.