Can someone figure this out and tab it out?

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  1. Soujurn

    Soujurn Deus Diligo USA

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    It is a amateur vid of Mike Fuller playing part of Claptons Layla.
    It is on his webpage and I've trying to figure it out but not having much success.
    If one of you gurus out there can tab it out I'd love to have it.

    Here is the link.
    http://www.fulltone.com/stpframe.html

    When you get there click on Tube Tape Echo and it is the lo-fi Windows Media File.

    I'd sure appreciate it.

    Thanks.
     
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    Olga has a couple of different acoustic/unplugged Layla Tabs. Maybe that'll help you.

    http://www.olga.net/
     

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    Soujurn Deus Diligo USA

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    Nice site, but it doesn't have the piano break arranged for guitar. Thanks though.
     
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    reconvic Recon Marine

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    Eat your heart out





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    I only have one electric now, a Mexican Telecaster. It plays really nice, but I need another Gibson SG or Les Paul one of these days. I had a 1972 SG, I snapped the neck off of it twice and repaired again and sold it off. It wasn't a good Gibson at all. Some of the 70's Gibsons were hit and miss, I happened to get one with the crappy wood. I'm glad I didn't pay much for it.
     
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    indytruckboy Member, HuhHuh!

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    do a search for guitar pro. they definitly have it.