Here's a soloing jam to a Coffee Break Grooves backing track with 6 transcribed lines. There are 2 single string, 2 octave playing and 2 chord solo lines in the video.
The 1st single string line have a jazz bluesy feel and there are some chromatic passing tones in the phrase from the 5th bar.
The 2nd line is also a jazzy phrase that leads to the quintuplet lick in the 5th bar that`s a legato sweep picking lick. I end up with a melodic phrase with the 9th tone included.
To play in octaves on the guitar is very nice and effective when it sounds much with a comparatively small effort. Wes Montgomery, George Benson and many jazz guitarists use the technique. In the 1st line I play chord tones and follow the scale and key.
The 2nd starts with the blues scale and continue with dorian scale tones and chromatic passing tones.
Chord solo lines is good to have in the library of knowledge when playing solo. The 1st line starts with an open string phrase and continue with a bluesy short phrase in the 4th bar where I just follow the pentatonic and blues scale and put quarter chords underneath.
The 2nd line have some chromatic passing chord and ends with octave/third chords.