Watch the Fourths, Fifths, Sixths: 10 online guitar lesson by Robbie Calvo from SoloCraft
The ideas I am going to show you, using 4ths now, are found at the 8th fret region of the guitar and you'll be able to see the lick idea from within a G triad arpeggio and also the G major scale. Reference the fret board diagrams for the G major scale pattern at the 7-8th fret area of your guitar neck. Watch the video to grasp the lick from within the scale. This lick can be phrased in a multitude of ways. Learn how I play the idea and then re-phrase it to be "you". This lick is also moveable to match the chords in our progression. If you want to play the same idea over the C chord move the shape we've worked on up to the 13th fret. Over the D chord you can play this at the 3rd fret. Try all of these suggestions now over the track.