#1
can someone giv me the pentatonic major, minor scales along with the regular major and minor scales? the sites i look on have different things so idk
#2
Try something like this - it gives you the whole scale across the fretboard instead of in particular finger patterns. So it gives you the whole fretboard to work with so you don't get stuck in a box position and feel restricted.

It has every scale imaginable - from minor pentatonic to prometheus neopolitan, so you shouldn't be stuck for anything new to learn

If you're having trouble reading that one, there's another one that's easier on the eyes here.
#4
How do you practice these scales all the way accross the fretboard. I've been playing 3 fret lengths at a time , up and then down, then moving on to the next three. Is there a better way to practice them.
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