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This beautiful Travis song contains a lot of often very quiet guitars. Guitar I is the main rhythm guitar which plays the same chords straight through the song. Guitar II is a guitar or a mandolin which plays the characteristic main riff. Guitar III plays very quiet sounds performed by flutes, recorders or something similar. Guitar IV plays some different fills from the second verse on. Guitar V is a vibraphone probably performed through a keyboard which plays some solo notes in non-vocal parts of the song. Finally, Guitar VI does something like reverb tones. I have put them into notes to improve the MIDI play of the tab, but the Bsus2 chord it plays is only containing three notes you can really identify. There may be much more reverb notes you can hear when you want to tab Guitar VI exactly. I have marked the notes changing with a vibrato.
If you haven't got that much players, it makes sense to let one guitar play the rhythm chords throughout and let the other guitar player play a mixture of Guitars II, IV and V. Guitars III and VI can be left without really playing them.
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