Example 6 SOLO
This solo is almost entirely two-handed tapping, starting with a descending sequence in the E Minor Pentatonic. Play shape one of the scale with your fretting hand and shape three with your tapping hand. From bar three is a three-notes-per-string E natural Minor scale (E-F#-G-a-B-C#-d), which is played with two hammer-ons with the fretting hand and a tap on each string. Finally, descend the first string with the natural Minor scale while tapping at the 12th fret, then use pull-offs to descend the open strings in the Blues scale in open position. Finish with a whammy bar dive-bomb on the open sixth string.