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For example, at http://mirror01.iptelecom.net.ua/~gtss28m0/private/uaguitar/mp3/vpetr13q/vpet13qi.mp3
The ghost notes are ghost only because they are to be played very softly, but not to be not played at all :)
Notes to Finale:
Of course, three guitars are inserted only to simulate the sound, all should be played on one. I didn't find an instrument more appropriate to simulate Pizz.Bartok than Overdriven guitar.
Muted notes are percussion, every first note of hammers on the 6th string is Pizz.Bartok (pick the string with the thumb and index finger, pull it away from the board and leave it, making it strike the board at sffz)
The 3rd measure before the end: muted note on the 1st string means percussion with the right hand thumb, 2nd - left.
In the pre-last measure where all strings are hit on the 29th fret: It means that one must play the strings with the left hand index finger behind the fingerboard, near the head of the guitar.
In the last measure, the two 16th notes and the open 6th string are played at Pizz.Bartok and extremely loud.