OK. When you bend the first three strings you always want to bend towards the top of the neck. It's a litle different when you bend strings four through six. When I bend those strings I try to bend towards this part of the neck, the bottom. You do have the option, but I think it's better to go this way.
Here's a two fret bend on string four. Alright. So it's a big stretch, but I'm bending from this note to this note.
Here's another one. If I bend from this note to this note, these take us out of the pentatonic position, but they're still part of the same scale.
OK. If I bend from this note, D to E, I get this. If I bend from this note to this note, I get this.
So, there are a lot of variations you can do on all strings combining these two fret bends with releasing and pulling off. So, if I release this bend and pull it off, I get that. If I do the same thing on the third string, I get that.
Here are a couple more examples of taking a two fret bend, releasing it, and pulling off.
Those are some really cool ways to play around with two fret bends.