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F9/G with a C on 12 string plus Dsus-4 plus D base
Although all the instruments would be required for an accurate replication of the chord, the most commonly used version for a solo guitar is a G7sus4: a chord barred at the 3rd fret.
This lacks the crucial A note from Harrison's and Lennon's chords. This can be approximated by playing a G7sus4/A, again barred at the 3rd fret:
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