[Bars 118-140] After the second guitar solo, we go back to the sign (it says D.S. al Coda), to play the palm muted unison riff again. This means heading back to play from bar 68, aiming for the coda after bar 71, effectively jumping forward again to bar 118. This is the final chorus and the most challenging part is probably getting the chord playing in bars 124-127 down as it’s pretty snappy work. Notice how the ending follows a classic three-repetitions model, going between the D chord, the A major chord embellishments and the palm muted single-note riff (in unison with the bass) before the final bars. Bar 138 has a great bluesy run on the D minor pentatonic and we end the party in style on a D6/9, using the vibrato arm to first add some vibrato and then perform a dip, coming back up briefly before finishing promptly with the drums and bass on a single D note. Classic!