Watch the Sequencer online guitar lesson by Tony Smotherman from 50 Power Pentatonic Licks You MUST Know

Example 3 takes lick #2 into new territory. Although it's derived directly from it, you can see how easy it is to break the notes up into a sequence to create some truly crazy and wild tonalities. Once I get the lick rolling, staring from the second bar I sequenced the lick in 4 note groupings. This creates a very unusual and unpredictable feel to the lick. Couple that with the note choices by string skipping and you have a very exciting way to sequence any 3 notes per string scale.