Watch the B Dorian 3 online guitar lesson by Robbie Calvo from 50 Modal Licks You MUST Know
I apologize for any confusion, I did say A Dorian at the beginning of the video but don't fret, it's denoted as B Dorian everywhere else and hold the mail please!!!
This is another great example of playing Intervallic lines modally. The intervallic passages are derived directly from the B Dorian scale (A Major) and I strongly suggest taking the first part of this lick and slowing it down until it feels natural before bringing it up to speed.
The 2nd part of the lick focuses on triad arpeggio ideas, all of which are chord arpeggio's derived from the key of A. The first triad is D Major (IV) E Major (V) and then an F# Minor arpeggio.
If you feel adventurous, try combining this lick with lick 13 and then take a well deserved break!