An accurate reproduction.
At a glance, there's nothing to it. Easy chord shapes, a bit of picking and a bit of strumming.
But believe me your fingers will bleed before you can play this like john fruschanti.
Try to find a video of the song. you might notice that john uses the third finger to play the hammer ons and pulloffs then rapidly returns the third finger to the string above, it's his style, he uses his little finger far less for that kind of thing. try it that way, you might hear odd sounds as the third finger is removed from and re-placed on the string above the hammering string. you'll see what i mean when you try. Alternatively leave the third finger where it is and use the little finger for the fancy work. this elliminates strange ghost notes and really wakes up your little finger's potential.
pay attention to the firm accents on the beats. the hammerons and pulloffs must be clearly accented and clearly executed. practice on an acoustic guitar will strenghen your left hand (if it doesn't fall off in the process)
If you are ever going to play this, you will have to practice the first 4 bars every day for up to a year, and then you might be able to play it.
when you have mastered those 4 bars, the rest of the song is fine.
But it's well worth it.
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- (cork, Ireland)