Watch the Solo 3-4 online guitar lesson by Matthieu Brandt from Jump Blues
More playing around with the flat 3 and the major 3rd in the first blues position in solo 3. This time the key is G. It also shows how you can use the tritone interval to get some great sounds. At the very end we're playing a major third interval on the I chord to define where we are.
Solo 4 features blues position # 3. You can find that by playing the tonic, with your ringfinger on the fifth fret. Playing the standard riff in that position gives you more notes to play with. And finding the standard riff on the IV and V chords becomes easy, because they're so close.