#1
I am not sure if this is a really dumb question, but when you drop tunnings do the scales stay the same?

I currently play in the tuning of B Gb B E and with that I find it is kind of hard to find consistent scales that I can use the only real common on that I could find is your 5th 6th and 8th fret on the Gb followed by the same pattern on the higher B string and the last two on the E string.

Assist me please!?!?!?!
#2
Try to learn the notes in each scale rather than the patterns, that way you will be able to apply then to every tuning.

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#3
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Try to learn the notes in each scale rather than the patterns, that way you will be able to apply then to every tuning.

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I would say this..

but from standard.
To dropped D, so the first strings notes are dropped by two.
Then drop c. All strings dropped by 2 notes.
Then b is another two if im correct.

so go from there maybe?

Hell i dunno if the scales will be the same this way, but yea i would learn it by the notes then you'll be able to apply it ^-^
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#4
The scales stay the same, they just move position on the neck. Although, they do change on the 6th string, it would be 2 frets further up than the rest of the strings.