A few of the songs (maybe all?) on the Gilt album are drop tuned to D. There are only one or two places where you need to play the low D chord/note so I have transcribed these songs out in e with my interpretation of obtaining the lower notes on an e tuned guitar.
Some of the guitar riffs, most notably the main riff of Tryst, use two separate guitars which can sound like one instrument. Where possible I have included the tab for both guitars parts. You will need to make a composite of the two parts to play these riffs on a single guitar.
I have no idea what equipment the guitarist uses on this album but to my ears it sounds like a humbucker guitar into a Mesa Boogie. When trying to obtain the guitar sound on the album, use a fair amount of compression (if you don’t have a suitably powerful humbucker guitar) and less distortion. Listen to how the guitarist uses the volume control to clean up his tone during different sections of the songs.
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