The backing chords suggest we’re in the key of G minor (G-A-B- C-D-E- F), and sure enough the solo leans towards minor Pentatonic, Blues scale, and the Aeolian mode. Remember the guitar is transposed down a tone to D standard tuning, so it looks like A minor. To keep things interesting there is a selection of techniques on offer, starting with some unison bends played on the second and third strings; bend the third string to match the pitch of the second string. After the following minor Pentatonic sequence perform the hammer-ons and pull-offs, then scoop your whammy bar to create a triplet rhythm. Next are some whammy-barred natural harmonics and a tapped lick, which descends the Aeolian mode (1-2-- 4-5-- Finish with a repeating six-note lick using picking on the third string and hammer-ons on the second string. There’s a lot going on here so break it into chunks.