We start with a sweep up an Am7 arpeggio, reaching the root (A) on the bend and then the 9th (B) on the following bend. While this is held, we tap on the 18th fret to produce a high C, before pulling off to the held bend and releasing it back to the A on the 17th fret. Try your second finger to perform the tap, and store the pick between thumb and first finger. This line finishes with a fast vibrato on the jazzy D (11th/4th), 15th fret, second string. Then there’s a mammoth legato run, incorporating a picking-hand finger to hybrid pick the upper notes of an ascending A Minor Pentatonic pattern. The pattern is made up of four notes and goes across the rhythms creating a complex-sounding end result.