In bar number one, we have 3 fast slides on the G and B strings, from 2nd fret, to 3rd and 4th. After that, there are some hammer-ons and pull-offs using the blue note.
In the second bar we fret notes on the B and G strings again, and then ghosted hammered-on notes on the 1st fret G string. After that, there is a whole step bend going up on the high E.
In the third bar, there are a couple of double stops on the high E and B strings.
In the last bar, there are more double stops with some bending, and one slide to the 9th fret D and G string. Make sure you strum high and low E as well, and vibrate the fretted notes.
We are using a I-IV-V progression in the key of E. E blues scale is what we will use, and the shuffled rhythm is accented throughout the lick.
I used Amplitube 3 MKII simulation, coupled with Fulltone OCD pedal for this lesson.
Guitar is a Fender Stratocaster, neck single pickup.