Lick number four uses a bunch of techniques, from hammer-on to slides when it comes to the fretting hand. It's preferable to perform them using the legato technique.
The literal meaning of legato (from Italian) is 'tied together' but in musical terms, it means that you should smoothly play the notes, not leaving any space between the notes. In this case, it means using hammer-ons and pull-offs, and slides.
For the picking hand, you can either pick downstrokes to make everything move fluidly or even use Hybrid picking (which I briefly explain in the video)
As for the pattern, we are starting on pentatonic position 5 starting from the 3rd fret and going through positions 1,2, and 3. However, we're only playing small portions of those positions and the pattern is repetitive.
You need to consider every pair of strings together; we start with the low E string and the A string. Play fret 3 on the low E string and hammer-on to fret 5. Then proceed to play fret 3 on the A string and hammer-on to fret 4 and from fret 4 hammer-on to fret 5. The next thing you need to do is slide from fret 5 to fret 7. Remember to only articulate the note on fret 3 as the rest should be all played legato.
The pattern repeats on the D and G strings, however, this time you start from fret 5, consequently you need to move everything up 2 frets. It also repeats on the B and E strings but starts on fret 8.
Very slidey and powerful lick!
If you wish to execute this using the hybrid picking technique, watch the video as I briefly explain how to do this.