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Guitar 3 will basically come out of the solo and go right into playing the vocal melody during the last verse. All the variations of the licks are based on two main melodies.

You start by hitting D twice, then going between F and G, then back to F with some vibrato and land on D to then slide out of it. The next phrase starts the same D F G, but then you'll give the G a half step bend - then land on F with some vibrato and slide out of it. Then you'll repeat phrase #1.

Next you'll repeat the 2nd phrase but we're adding on a little double stop at the end, and we're going to just hold the D for one bar. I'm just sliding from the 10th fret on the G string up to the 12th and catching the B also on the 12th fret of the B string; then we basically do the same thing but going back. So, slide from the 12th to the 10th fret on the G string and catch A on the 10th fret of the B string, then just walk down to G and finally D. We hang on D for one bar with some vibrato.

After that we repeat the first two phrases again, then we do a little variation where we just do a quick whole step bend on the G. For the last lick we'll do the same movement as before but bend up a whole step on the G before returning to F.
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