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As we have heard throughout the entire song, the acoustic is rock solid and keeping a steady rhythm. This doesn't change during our choruses. Chorus #1 and #2 are the same way, while three we will sit out at the start and sneak back in to build with the rest of the band before playing stronger than ever to end the last chorus.

Our acoustic plays the same role during the choruses, simply strumming nice and solid through the chord changes.

We will apply the same idea to the end of the second chorus as we did for the other guitars, playing through the last bar with the same rhythm.

To end the last chorus, the acoustic stays out until the crescendo happens over the fourth bar. Then once everyone is in, you strum nice and loud with the rest of the band for the extended last chorus.

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Tattoos on this Town