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Just add 5 to each number (fret) and move it to the lower string above. I always played it in the higher position then moved down after seeing Ed's original tab. If I don't have to play loudly then my acoustic sounds sweeter on the higher frets. Only thing I do diff is play single quarter notes on the B C bass lead into the C#m chord instead of the double eigth notes Ed plays. I've heard Jerry do it both ways.