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Hi all, if anyone can help I’d appreciate it.
I’m looking at the Major and Minor Scales, I know all the Pentatonic shapes over the fretboard so thats ok. I know that to find the Major Pentatonic scale in the same key ( Lets say A) then you just slide back 3 frets ( so the 6th string, 5th fret starting with your index finger is the Minor Pentatonic slide back 3 frets so your little finger is on the the 5th fret and hey presto it’s the A Major Pentatonic.
But is it the same with the Major and Natural Minor scales ? If I’m on the 5th fret playing the A minor scale can I just slide back 3 frets and plat the A major 1st position.
Thanks in advance.
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