Intervallic Lick with Pentatonic Scale in G Minor

Hey, guys this is Billy with Guitar Control, I want to teach you this lesson this a “Intervallic lick” in the key of G.

We’re going to start off by plugging the 6th fret on the E-string pulling off to the 3rd fret on the E-string and then plucking the 5th fret on the G-string. I’m going to repeat the same pattern but starting on the B-string going to the 6th fret on the B-string pull off to the 3rd fret on the B-string and then picking the 5th fret on the D-string altogether.

Now the next section it starts on the 5th fret on the G-string then you go to the 5th fret on the B-string then the third fret D-string hammer-on to the 4th fret and then go back to D-string 5th fret. After the 3rd fret of the D-string that’s the second section, then you can go to the A-string and pick the 5th fret slide up to the 7th fret and with your middle finger pluck the G-string on the 5th fret hammer onto the 7th fret so all that sectionals goes and then you go to the G on the G-string to the 3rd fret and bend that 3rd fret and then the ending lick you’re going to pick the 5th fret on the D-string, 5th fret on the A- string I’m on the 3rd fret on the D-string hammer-on to the 5th fret of the D-string and then pick again the 3rd fret of the G-string and give it a little bit of a bend, so all together slowly.

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