This Paul Gilbert-inspired example features the turnaround of a blues in D – namely the V7 chord (A7), V7 chord (G7) and the final I chord (D). As you probably know, Paul is quite a master of arpeggios and thus here he plays around with a figure that includes the chord tones (3rd and 5th) of each chord, adding some chromatic flavour in the process. I suggest you use your first finger to barre on the 12th fret, using it to both start the phrase on the 12th fret of the second string and to reach the top E on the 12th fret of the first string. Make sure you practise this slowly as you want to be able to distinguish each note separately. The line finishes with some classic bends and bluesy lines, all based on the D Minor Blues scale.