Here's a semi-quick take of an old guitar favorite of mine, George Harrison's "Here comes the sun" from the Beatles Abbey Rd album.
This was one of the first songs that I learned on guitar that had a little more then your basic strum-chord-strum thing - when I learned that run (during the 'it's all right' section) I remember this great feeling...
THe usual way I played it back then was just to capo up at the fifth or seventh fret. I decided to do a first track of guitar with no capo, re-learn that 'run' down on the neck, and then do a duet with the capo on five, then overdubbed a quick vocal (and in one spot a small additional vocal overdub)
the whole thing done on the iPhone in garageband, then imported over to audacity for some mastering. Not ideal, and yeah, I could have dragged out the better microphones, etc, but I figured this would convey the idea and the joy of playing this little song, composed 50 years ago in a garden in England...
you know em.. (I think i left out a verse, actually!)