In Koko Taylor's Wang Dang Doodle, there's some kind of ringing arpeggio lead that almost makes you forget that the whole song has only one chord. How do you play that crazy lead?
Edit: This isn't the one I was thinking of, but the lead is similar. link
This is it: link the lick takes form at 0:20 and repeats a few times, punctuating the lyric.
Edit: The comments all refer to what I think is the bass, or maybe a low (baritone?) guitar riff. That's not what I'm talking about at all. I'm talking about that really high part. First few times I heard it, I thought they were plucking piano strings. If the song is pitched in D-minor, then the riff I'm talking about goes (I think) like
$3 17 $2 16 $3 17 $1 15 15 $2 16 $3 17
Not the one that goes like (E minor)
$6 0 5 7 $5 5 $6 7 $5 7 5 $6 3 4 0 | 0
Edit: Specifically, if it's sweep arpeggios, how do you do the reverse to the up-sweep (between the two 'A's)? Maybe I've been focusing on fingerstyle too long. I just can't seem to get this lick right.