This is what im working with, thank you ratiug567. How could i play that in key of E or G or anything. I no you need to move the frets according to the key but im not sure where the new posistions need to be.

C blues scale (with major third and flatted fifth) m3HHHHm3W
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-------------------------------------------------------8---11-------
-------------------------------------8---9---10---11----------------
----------------------------8---10----------------------------------
-----------7---8---9---10-------------------------------------------
(8)---11------------------------------------------------------------
just move the root or the note in which your starting out( like in tat case its an 8, a C) and the rest of the pattern the same amount of spaces. for example if u wanted that in b, just move everything down a halfstep and its da B!
would a half step up make it a d? a when you mean half step, the 8 would turn into a 4, and the 11 would turn into a 7, is that right?
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would a half step up make it a d? a when you mean half step, the 8 would turn into a 4, and the 11 would turn into a 7, is that right?

Half a step means 1 fret.
On what fret do all of the root notes start on to start a scale?