[Bars 40-53] Here we have the infectious chorus section. The guitar stays with the same palm muted riff of the verses, progressing into a cool, snappy triplet fill in bars 44- 45, which essentially ascends through a succession of triads, producing quite a classic blues sounding result, albeit one delivered at breakneck speed. [Bars 54- 67] The first solo of the track starts out in 10th position, mixing the minor and major pentatonic to great effect. Bar 57 we move down to 7th position, which is perfect for the D major pentatonic, as this is the same position as you’d play B minor pentatonic (the relative minor) and thus constitutes a position and shape most guitarists will be familiar with. The repeated lick from 57-59 is a little more challenging and I recommend applying economy picking to successfully execute this lick at speed, using the pick strokes suggested, or alternatively by performing three consecutive downstrokes; from the F through to the B note.