#2
Im not a theory expert, but try looking for the same notes of the particular pentatonic scale further up/down the fretboard. When you find a new set of the same notes this should be your new position.
#3
ummm, not sure what you mean, but if your talking shapes, just move an octave up from where you started (the tonic).

it will be the same scale, only an octave higher, (and in a different possition.

you can also start on different strings.

but you shouldnt be thinking like that. best of just to know all the notes you want to use and play them everywhere over the fretboard
#4
What?

The pentatonic scale covers the entire fretboard. You can play the notes in the scale anywhere you want.
Someones knowledge of guitar companies spelling determines what amps you can own. Really smart people can own things like Framus because they sound like they might be spelled with a "y" but they aren't.
#5
Quote by Archeo Avis
What?

The pentatonic scale covers the entire fretboard. You can play the notes in the scale anywhere you want.

ummmm.....

yes
#6
(in A minor/C major)

position 1

e|--3--5--
B|--3--5--
G|--2--5--
D|--2--5--
A|--3--5--
E|--3--5--

position 2

e|--5--8--
B|--5--8--
G|--5--7--
D|--5--7--
A|--5--7--
E|--5--8--

position 3

e|--8--10--
B|--8--10--
G|--7--9--
D|--7--10--
A|--7--10--
E|--8--10--

position 4

e|--10--12--
B|--10--10--
G|--9--12--
D|--10--12--
A|--10--12--
E|--10--12--

position 5

e|--12--15--
B|--13--15--
G|--12--14--
D|--12--14--
A|--12--15--
E|--12--15--

tab isn't typed right but you get the idea
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Although i guess the OP will have to get used to reading them if he's going to buy a bugera..
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