This example is based around the E Minor Blues Pentatonic box, which works over both G Major, and its relative minor, E minor! In this case, we will of course be thinking of G as the pitch of reference in our head. For me, this lick works well when I use pull offs. Feel free to experiment with different techniques, and also try modifying the triplet pattern at the first. Try replacing the A note on the 14th fret of the G string, with a Bb on the 15th fret.
Move on to the next lesson, for a more technical and challenging example!