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Watch the Outlinin' online guitar lesson by Jennifer Batten from 50 Ultra Intervallic Guitar Licks You Must Know

This one essentially starts with a D power chord of root, 5th, root (8). Then we get into 4th intervals starting with the 3rd, 6th, and 9th scale degrees. Notice the next four notes spell a D Triad with the fifth in the bass. This is followed by two 5th intervals. For most of the 5th intervals in this course, you would start with the first finger, but this is an entirely different position, and it also spells out a D major 7 arpeggio. Then you have 2 whole step bends. The riff ends on the major third.