This song was actually pretty surprising to me (even though I've heard it before, shut up), it has a much different guitar chart than most other Nirvana songs.
Unlike most Nirvana chordfests, this song is mostly alot of picking single notes with alot of movement, rather than a bunch of chords.
Throughout alot of the song, you're playing single notes all across the fretboard with some chords here and there, which is, put together, an absolute blast on guitar.
The outro, however, is a bit different, where you're pretty much holding one chord as it sustains for awhile, until you hit it again a few more times, and then the ending where you're just hitting some random notes and playing feedback.
Overall, this song is alot of fun on guitar, as well as being quite a bit more different than most other Nirvana songs.
If you mainly play guitar, this is a very entertaining song on guitar, and I would recommend it for guitarists, especially if you like Nirvana.