#1
its the basic minor pentatonic, but with a raised 3rd so its a major 3rd. every other note is the same. it has a very psychedelic feel.....
#3
The key of the scale depends on the root note... Doesn't matter what scale it is, if the first note of the scale falls on say, 7th fret of the E string, it's in the key of B; 5th fret of the A string, D, and so on.

The note you're raising is a 4, I haven't heard of many scales that use a sharp 4th but I think some Hungarian scales use it.
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#4
It's...a major pentatonic, I'm fairly certain.
EDIT: And crazysam's right, the raised 3rd is adding a chromatic line, so it sounds....eh...like what you described, I guess, haha
EDIT 2: ^ What? He said he raised the minor third to a major third.
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#5
Quote by SchecterC-1+Man
It's...a major pentatonic, I'm fairly certain.

No, because the third note in the minor pentatonic is actually a perfect 4 from the major scale, since minor pent. doesn't have a 2nd.

It's
1 3b 4 5 7b
#6
Quote by SchecterC-1+Man

EDIT 2: ^ What? He said he raised the minor third to a major third.

Ahh I assumed he meant the third note, not the minor third.
#7
So basically you've got the major key, but with a flattened 7th?
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#8
Quote by twat
So basically you've got the major key, but with a flattened 7th?

Mixolydian
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#9
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Mixolydian


this.

your scale is 1 3 4 5 7b , mixolydian is 1 2 3 4 5 6 b7 . so that scale is part of the mixolydian mode.