#1
If the tuning is different?

If I learn a scale in Estandard... will i be different in Dstandard?
#2
Different position yes, but the quality of the intervals will always remain the same. So, no, scales don't change per se.
#3
So the shape of the scales will be the same? I just have to move it up or down depending on the tuning?
#4
The notes will be the same, they'll just be in a different place on the fretboard.

If you learned the scale in E standard, then tuned down to D standard, you'd play the notes 2 frets down for it to be the same scale.
#5
Quote by C_Sleezy
So the shape of the scales will be the same? I just have to move it up or down depending on the tuning?



yes.
#6
yes, unless you go from say E standard to drop D(or C, B, A) because the intervals between the frets on the E and A change, meaning you'll have to compensate on the E.
#7
Quote by C_Sleezy
If the tuning is different?

If I learn a scale in Estandard... will i be different in Dstandard?

A scale is a set of notes.

If you change your tuning some of the notes on your fretboard will move, therefore the notes of any given scale may be in different places - the scale itself doesn't change though.

The C major scale is always C D E F G A B, where those notes doesn't change anything about the scale itself, it simply changes where you have to look for them on your instrument.
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