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The point about this is the fourth, to b5, to root movement (G-G#-D) at the head of the lick.
You don’t often hear the notes played this way around, with a skip from the third to the first string, missing out the second string on the way.
Again, the repetition strengthens a simple theme and gives the lick a recognisable shape and personality, even if the remaining notes are conventional pentatonic fare.