There are three minor pentaonics in a major scale. In G they are:
A- B- and E- pentatonic. Analyse the notes of each penatatonic in relation to the chord.
There are three keys in this progression: B G and Eb.
Also, on the Major 7th chords you can use the minor pentatonic that’s a semitone below the root.
Look for patterns. E.g,
G#- A- B- C- D-
Or D#- B- B- G- G-
You might also use a minor pentatonic that’s a minor third above the dominant chords. That’d give you an altered sound.
There are others…