Here are a few samples, all in A pentatonic minor, all starting on the tonic A, for you to find and develop. The pentatonic scales shorthand is given before each sound clip, but there’s no music.
These are the actual scale tones used:
This is the ‘bare bones’ string of the next audio clip:
There is a lead in, so T is not the first note you hear – the first three notes are 5, m7, T.
Here’s a string which doesn’t find it’s way back to the starting point. These are the ‘bare bones’, no lead-in.