It might not look like much but I put a lot of thought in those short runs. So - from my understanding - that's the theory behind it. I created a I-VI-V progression in C, using the chords C, Am and G, then I end on C. I connect those chords with either an arpeggio or a little pentatonic run. Really tried connecting the positions and use arpeggios this time. Thanks to @[22747:@Chris Johnston] for helping me understand the theory behind it all!
I listened to Jak's Advice and moved on with the lessons. I combined the C chord in its different shapes with positions of the C pentatonic scale. It's not perfect yet, Chords still giving me trouble but it's a good exercise. Also the first of a couple I might do. I did play the Chord an octave higher because I don't like the open pentatonic position, so I played the octave instead.
A few days ago I posted a cover of me playing the solo from Girl I Know and it got a lot of positive feedback, thanks so much for that! I wrote a short lick that was inspired by that solo and I wanted to share it with all of you. I hope it might give you one more tool to put in your guitar tool kit!