#1
I'm in the process of learning the solo anyways I was wondering

             h  p  h              h p
|----16-19-12^16^12^14-12-16-19-12^16^12-14-12--|
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             h  p                    p     p
|----16-19-12^16^12-14-12-16-19-12-16^12-14^12--|
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             h  p                 h  p
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|----16-19-12^16^12-15--------------------------|
|----------------------12-16-19-12^16^12-14-----|
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Is that tapped? For example do I use my strumming hand to tap the 19th fret?
#2
Actually, no, it isn't tapped. Watch this vid: http://youtube.com/watch?v=FpWPeZmMCIo

That part starts at 1:43. The entire thing is picked very fast. Eddie does some huge stretches for that lick.
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#3
...however the only reason tapping exists is to facilitate playing intervals along one string that you couldn't normally reach, so if you want to tap it go right ahead.
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