#1
E----12---15
B----12---15
G----12---14
D----12---14
A----12---14
E----12---15

Any help will be appreciated
#5
blue_strat is mostly right, a minor pentatonic scale is 1 3 4 5 7. Putting the flats in like that give the notes different meaning.
#7
Quote by chordbreaker
blue_strat is mostly right, a minor pentatonic scale is 1 3 4 5 7. Putting the flats in like that give the notes different meaning.

The system describes scales by how they relate to the major scale.
#8
Quote by chordbreaker
blue_strat is mostly right, a minor pentatonic scale is 1 3 4 5 7. Putting the flats in like that give the notes different meaning.


Yes.. flats do give the notes a different meaning, but in this case it is the right one. There is a flat third and a flat 7th in the scale.
#9
Quote by blue_strat
The system describes scales by how they relate to the major scale.

Yeah. The E Minor has the flats because it's comparing the scale to the E Major scale, which the 3rd would have to be flatted to make it minor.