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Hi: Trying to make sure I understand the minor pentatonics. There are 5 shapes, each with a letter name that can be played on any fret. With barre chords you can play them on any fret with the proper named shape (A,E and a few others). The root note, or lowest note you are playing determines the name of the barre chord. So you can have an E shaped barre chord on the 5th fret and it will be in the chord, key of A. Correct?

And so you can play an A shaped minor pentatonic scale on the 3rd fret and it will be in the key of G? Play it on the 4th fret and it will be an A shaped minor pentatonic in the key of A flat?

Thanks

harryr3