As we’ve seen, The Beatles could produce amazing records even in the midst of the bad atmosphere hanging around the studio during the Let It Be sessions.
The album’s title track features a beautiful solo from George, that was most likely played on his Fender ‘Rosewood’ Telecaster (featuring, you’ve guessed it, a rosewood body and neck). Three versions of Let It Be with different guitar solos exist.
In our humble opinion the version on the Past Masters collection is the best. Don’t just take our word for it though: the other two versions are on the Let It Be album (1970) and the remixed Let It Be... Naked record released in 2003.