#1
|------------------------------1-3-5------------------|
|--------------------------3-5------------------------|
|--------------------2-4-5----------------------------|
|--------------2-3-5----------------------------------|
|--------2-3-5----------------------------------------|
|--1-3-5----------------------------------------------|

okay so this is the c major scale right?
#2
Not exactly the normal positioning of the C Major scale, but yes, because it has no flat or sharp notes in it, it's in C Major.
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#4
I'd play it with the root note at C. Yours started at F.

|--------------------------------------------------------------10-12-13-|
|-------------------------------------------------10-12-13--------------|
|-------------------------------------9-10-12---------------------------|
|--------------------------9-10-12--------------------------------------|
|--------------8-10-12--------------------------------------------------|
|--8-10-12--------------------------------------------------------------|

That is usually how I think of C Major if it's mentioned.

EDIT: Here are other positions, too.
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Last edited by La Qotsa at Mar 7, 2007,
#5
If you're looking for a 3 notes per string pattern, I'd suggest playing it like this:

   C D  E  F G  A  B C  D  E  F  G  A  B  C  D  E  F
|-------------------------------------------10-12-13--|
|----------------------------------10-12-13-----------|
|--------------------------9-10-12--------------------|
|------------------9-10-12----------------------------|
|----------8-10-12------------------------------------|
|--8-10-12--------------------------------------------|
E - Yeah, what LaQ said.
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