Watch the Down at Dino's online guitar lesson by Angus Clark from Hard Rock Survival Guide: Lead
Sixths are a great interval to use for playing in harmony with yourself. I'm developing a motive here at the top of the solo with a descending figure that push up the scale until I'm up in the 14th position and can start ripping in F# minor. A nice descending sequence where we have a 2-note pattern in a rhythmic grouping of three. Great lick.
This solo is bisected at the point where the band shifts to the relative major, so from F# minor to A major. And I'm back into the mixed major/minor pentatonics. Similar bag of tricks that we've seen elsewhere in the course, the goal for you when you practice on this track is to nail where the band shifts the progression and make sure you go with them.