This may have been discussed here before, but I can't seem to find the old thread. Every few months I listen to the entire Love Is Hell album, parts 1 and 2, and always get stuck putting "The Shadowlands" on repeat. Not only is this a standout for me in terms of production, but the guitar solo outro is one of the most heavenly things I've ever heard in my life. It defines the term 'haunting' for me to a tee. I can honestly listen to the second half of the song over and over again until my ears bleed. Is there anyone else out there that could shed some light on what exactly is going on tonally? To me, it sounds like a Strat or Tele neck pickup going into a Fender Twin Reverb or maybe Deluxe Reverb with a pinch of grit added, and maybe some compression. I know Greg Leisz played guitar on this album, and have a feeling it's him playing, but I'm not sure. That tone employs every sonic nuance of the guitar that makes me want to get up and play every time. For those of you that aren't familiar with Ryan's work and/or this specific album, you owe yourself to check it out.