hiya All What are all the positions of the Am pentatonic scale could some out tab them for me.
also when you play it in a different posistion is it still Am?
I dont have tiem to write them all down but yes they are the same as long as the notes are the same. but if you play a Am pentatonic int he 5th position and then move that pattern upp 2 frets to B, you will have a Bm pentatonic
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The fifth fret on the E String is A. Playing a minor scale starting on that fret would be an Am scale. If you play that same minor scale a minor second over (or just one fret over; on the 6th fret) it is no longer Am, it is A#m. Another minor second from that would be Bm. Next is Cm and so on.
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If you play in any of these positions its A minor as long as it sounds like it resolves to A. If it resolves to C then its C major. Just play an A minor or Amin7 chord a couple times before you play it.
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