#1
Im learning the minor pentatonic scale and Im curious because I usually play in drop D would I just match the positions for the d string to stay in the scale?
#2
for playing in drop D, the minor pentatonic(in A, for arguments sake) would be the following:

e ----------------------------5-8-
B -----------------------5-8------
G ------------------5-7-----------
D -------------5-7----------------
A --------5-7---------------------
D -7-10-------------------------

Just raise the notes on the top string by 2 frets
#3
usually, if i use the pentatonic scale in drop d, i just ingnor the low d string, it makes it a lot easier....
#4
Quote by Declan87
for playing in drop D, the minor pentatonic(in A, for arguments sake) would be the following:

e ----------------------------5-8-
B -----------------------5-8------
G ------------------5-7-----------
D -------------5-7----------------
A --------5-7---------------------
D -7-10-------------------------

Just raise the notes on the top string by 2 frets


thanks all I needed to know.
#5
Actually learn the notes your playing with, then you won't have this problem in future.
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