The first lick is a “Foxy Lady” inspired two bar rhythm pattern. The first two beats are played very aggressively. I use both hands to mute the strings in between and strike the muted strings before the fretted notes.
The second lick embellishes double stops with hammer-ons and pull-offs. This kind of idea is very useful because it is so easy to move between different chords.
The third lick uses more hammer-on/pull-off embellishments. This one uses triads instead of double stops. In this lick I also use another common Hendrix rhythm guitar technique of using your thumb to fret the low E string.
The fourth lick is more embellishments, double stops, and fretting the low string with your thumb.
The last lick uses a spread sus2 voicing like Hendrix uses in the song “Castles Made of Sand”. Strum all six strings while muting the A and G string with your fretting hand.