#1
Okay here is the deal, I understand pentatonic major scales kind of...

If I was soloing in the key of A and I started on the 5th fret, could I move that same pattern anywhere and it would still be the pentatonic major scale in A?

---------------------------------------------------5----8----------------
-----------------------------------------5----8--------------------------
---------------------------------5----7----------------------------------
----------------------5----7---------------------------------------------
------------5----7-------------------------------------------------------
--5----8-----------------------------------------------------------------
#2
yea

depends where you move, obviously thekey would change...
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#4
So if I started on the 3rd fret and continued the same exact pattern, it would be a G minor pentatonic scale?
#7
But If I switched to a different "pattern" and started on the C then moved 12 frets up and played the same pattern it would still be a C?