Watch the One Note online guitar lesson by Robbie Calvo from Lick Logic
Playing one note doesn't really constitute a lick, however, I think it's really powerful to study the importance of the leading note of your phrases and the last note of your phrases, so I'd like to take a moment to study how one note can be the pivot point to your phrases and just how important it is to lead with the best one.
We'll also look at the phenomenon of how one note can sound amazing when held over a chord passage. Think Dave Gilmour, B.B. King, etc. Let's play over this track and hear how sustaining certain chord tones can be really powerful in developing more complex lines. Target one tone first and then enhance that with one or two other notes. Let's take a listen!