LICK3 timing and phrasing
This intro implies a D minor or D Dorian tonality but ends up in D major. There’s nothing too frightening from a note perspective here, as it’s again derived predominantly from D minor pentatonic (D F G A C) with an added 9th in bar 1 (E). Note it’s the rhythmic groupings that create interest. It’s worth noting that Frank played drums before turning to guitar and he’s of the opinion that this has helped his phrasing tremendously.