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I'll be using my Telecaster to play this song, and I have it set up with some medium high action so I can play slide easily, but also fret normally. I use some pretty heavy strings and some small pieces of wood under the saddles to temporarily get it that way, but you have to be careful not to damage your guitar when you experiment with this.

I'll be using my ZT amp with a little bit of crunch on it and a touch of reverb. The two guitar tones are fairly similar, but the lead guitar has a little more overdrive and more of that "bitey" midrange and treble that makes it pop a bit more than the rhythm guitar. It's important that you keep your tone pretty clean for this song; don't add to much distortion, or you'll lose the authenticity!