There's a very similar lick on my lessons page. (www.sheetsofsound.net/lessons.html)Jack, I just went through the Pat Martino lesson (which I really enjoyed) and learned the main lick. I really like how you present a line that has so many applications. Interestingly, the line that interested me the most was the one that you say "I'm not going to go into detail on this" at around 3:20.
You modify the main lick in some parts, but it's not clear exactly how at the speed your going. I would really appreciate if you could elaborate more on what is happening with that line. The main lick is played in various octaves, but you bridge the two octaves with other lines that I'd really like to know?
In this case, it's exactly the same line though I will sometimes alter it if necessary.Also, when you transpose the main lick to various keys - are you just symetricly transposing the exact same line, or are you allowing for more diatonic transposition?