Guitarists will note Jordan's unique technique. It is called two-handed tapping, or touch technique. As Jordan himself explains, it requires strings lying low near the guitar's neck, and is accomplished by hammering or tapping the notes with your fingers. One of the advantages, as you can see here, is that it enables chording your own leads. Also, you can split it up for two guitars (as Jordan does, 2:35).
A disadvantage is that most people who try it and aren't Stanley Jordan experience cerebral detonation. (Their heads explode.)
And now, at absolutely no extra charge, a treat that is sheer pleasure. Jordan (around 31 years old, here) teams with the late, great Chet Atkins (about 66) to do Sweet Georgia Brown: