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There are 3 different guitar tunings in this. One guitar is a piano. The next two are chimes and strings respectively. Two others are legit guitars. Guitar 5 tends to also operate as a string part, as the string patches are often a bit iffy on this program. Guitar 5 plays String passages in the Choruses and the beginning/end of Section III most notably. Because there are many parts where the Piano (Standard 7-string) plays with the guitars (standard 6 string, 1/2 step down), sometimes notes don't match, look incorrect, won't be offset, etc. It's the best I could do.
As Section II comes in, there is a lead guitar lick. This is improvised to sound similar to the actual lead, but in reality there's a bunch of quick dives that I just can't notate accurately. There is a note at the section so you know where it comes in.
Finally, I know Section III is boring in a lot of places, but you try doing a 4-part vocal canon with a complex guitar line in the background.
The bass here doesn't come in until Section II. I kept the bass fairly simple for the most part, but I think it's fairly accurate anyway. the important differences were filled in, and anything that seems overly simplified just wasn't prominant enough to show up to my ear.