Example5 Octave slides
While we’re holding the octave door open, how about this example in F minor
Ab-Bb- Eb) that uses a combination of F Dorian (F-G- C-D- and F minor Pentatonic
Ab-Bb- Eb) scale (F- C- in octaves and heavily using slides to get between the notes. Wes configures his fingering for octaves into strings 1-3, 2-4, 3-5 and so on, changing the distance between the fingers from three frets to two once he gets across the second-string tuning asymmetry. Your biggest obstacle here is not so much the notes but in muting the unwanted neighbouring open strings. Use the top of the fingerprint portion of your finger, rather than the tip to fret the notes as the overlapping part will mute the strings outside of your chosen octave shape along with the unrequired string jump in-between.