Watch the Storm Riders: Rhythm online guitar lesson by Joe Deloro from Blues Rock Road Trip
Like the preceding lesson, NYC Shuffle, Storm Riders rhythm part is also based on triad substitution. In this case though, the result is primarily minor. For example, by playing E minor, F# minor, and G triads over an E minor to A major bass line in measures 1 and 2, a cool jazzy E minor7 A6 sound is achieved. However, because it's played with a straight eighth feel (even eighth notes) it feels more like Blues-Rock than Jazz.
As mentioned in the NYC Shuffle intro, Pat Martino's opening rhythm vamp on his version of Coltrane's, Impressions is a good example of this approach to jazz oriented minor tonalities. However, as you'll see in the lesson that follows, it works fine with Blues-Rock as well.
The solos here are varied, and employ both high and low string octave lines, as well as open string drones. Based on the dorian mode, they offer a jazz-like alternative to the more common pentatonic minor approach. Although of course, it's great to mix the two as you see fit. For more ideas and a bigger picture definitely get into the original by The Doors.