In the intro section, there are two guitar parts. A rhythm and a lead part.
Here’s the rhythm part:
Here are the suggested fingerings in red:
Unison Bend Lead
A lead guitar part is added on top of the riff to complete the intro. It is compromised entirely of unison bends.
This technique involves strumming two fretted notes that are a whole step apart on two adjacent strings (either the G and B, or B and E), then quickly bending the lower note up a whole step to match the pitch of the higher note.
When performing them, be sure to listen for the 2 notes to “come together” in unison. A common mistake is under-bending and overbending the string. This will make it should like it’s out of tune. A unison bend requires you to bend the string so that both notes sound at the same pitch.
Use your 1st finger to fret the notes on the E string and your 3rd finger to fret the notes on the B string. Strike both notes at the same time. Bend the notes on the B string, don’t bend the 1st finger notes on the E string. If you’re having difficulty with this technique.
Here’s what both rhythm and lead guitar parts sound like together: