Well, here is what I could figure out of closer. I dunno why
anyone would really want to play this in a band, unless they had a really versitle keyboardist, or a realnice midi setup, but here it is anyway.
this is the bass line as far as i can tell (i've only heard it on my guitar). it can be played with either a wah pedal, or with
some other funky (literally) pedal that i can't remember the name of right now. it's the same kind they use to do the groovy
(literally) background guitar in all those old 70's movies.
this isn't even a guitar at all, it's keyboard stuff. it's the
little "riff" that starts right after the first chorus. you can
play it if you feel like it though. i only put one string cause
the whole thing is on the g string.
this is the guitar part that slowly fades in when the song breaks. the upper part is actually for a keyboard, but can be played on guitar. although i have written this section as a two guitar part, it is playable by one. the * simply means to play the 8/10 power chord and the bar 6/6 power chord alternately throughout the part. i.e., play the 8/10 the first time, the 6/6 the second, then the 8/10, then the 6/6, etc...
this is the last guitar part in the song. it's just a groovy
little riff that trent through in in the background. (starts at
5:09) it ends right when all the other music ends, and the little extro piano/keyboard thing starts.