The arrangements on the submenus (A-B-C-D, etc.) listed as “Melody & Accompaniment” contain two lines of tablature: one with just the melody and the other with chords and strumming
such as you would play when you or someone else is singing. If you are a beginner, playing the melody arrangements is a nice way to practice. You should switch around and play the melody one time and
then play the chord accompaniment the next time. The midi files contains both sections of tablature.
The arrangements listed as “EZ Flatpick Solo” are designed to be easy enough for relative beginners to wade through, combining the melody with a little bit of rhythm.
The arrangements listed as “Intermediate Flatpick” are a little tougher to play than the EZ
solos but are not terribly difficult. They contain more eighth notes, slides, etc.