We're going up the neck for the B section. This helps us play in a higher octave in a position that is easier on the hand than the four fret stretch that some people play. Listen to the tab several times before playing it. There is a rhythm in the lick you may not be used to hearing, but if you listen a lot it will become more familiar. Watch the video closely so you can see the finger positions for the fretting hand.
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Next, let's see how we can add some variety to this up the neck arrangement by analyzing some licks in the lick switcher.