Watch the b3 3 5 Move online guitar lesson by Brad Carlton from Guitar Lab: Riff Generator
This lesson focuses on the three following tones: b3 3 5. Diagram 10 shows the layout of these three tones on the entire fingerboard. You should view it three different ways: all three notes on the same string, or the b3 to 3 on one string and the 5 on the next highest string or the next lowest string. The intervals are as follows: minor second between the b3 and the 3, and either a minor third up to the 5 or major six down to the 5. You will learn various warm-ups which will enhance your left-hand technique while drilling through these tones. These include hammer ons, pull offs, legato slides, bends and releases. I suggest learning this formula in each of the four octaves that are available. This offers you the option of playing the same notes on different strings for tonal and/or technical reasons.
I will show you various ways of combining your left-hand techniques to create different riffs with the same three notes.