This answer is not about the question in question (which is open and unanswered at this time), but instead about the larger question of considering transcription questions off-topic.
You probably don't get to see this, but there is an answer in the close vote text (emphasis mine):
Questions about transcribing or finding a particular song, including identifying chords, notes, key and time signatures, or similar elements, are off-topic since they are rarely useful to future readers.
What's going on here is transcriptions and identification of basic elements (what instrument is that?) do not fit well with the overall goal(s) of Stack Exchange (emphasis in original text):
We build libraries of high-quality questions and answers
Focus on questions about an actual problem you have faced. Include details about what you have tried and exactly what you are trying to do.
From the tour.
The idea is that the answers to the questions on Stack Exchange will help future readers with what they are trying to do or want to know. Yes, it's possible that some other Music.SE user next year will want to know the chords for Taylor Swift's Shake It Off, but it's not generally useful knowledge. Understanding how to quickly switch from one chord to the other while playing Shake It Off would help anyone trying to quickly switch chords. So, "What technique helps me play this song?" is a good question and "What are the chords for this song?" is not.
There are also many resources for sheet music, chords, tab, lyrics, etc., and some on-topic questions and answers have appeared directing people to some of the best examples of those resources.
Finally, not really stated or implied anywhere I can find on SE or Music.SE, but surely not only in my thoughts: It's important to keep awareness of what kind of community we are building and serving. If we answered any and all transcription questions, they would quickly become the majority of the questions and answers here. That would encourage people to come to Music.SE for transcriptions and at least that would heavily dilute the other content and users, more likely it would drive it and them out entirely. That would make Music.SE just another resource for guitar tabs - something the internet does not need.