Try Satch's Always With Me, Always With You. The first 8 bars of lead might seem really simple, but really focus on those at first, and try to get some control and nuance from it like he does. You have to really be controlled in your pick attack, on where you cut the note off, how hard you pick it, if you slide into the note and from where, etc. But you also have to be really relaxed and get the nuances without really putting much, if any, conscious thought into the mechanics of it.
The rest of the song gets a bit tougher, and there are definitely some tricky parts, but there's nothing too outrageous. And it's got an awful lot packed in: tapping, legato, penatonic box patterns, bends, pinch harmonics, cool slides and jumps.