#1
My guitar instructor gave me this scale to solo with as a an alternative to the E pentatonic minor scale he gave me awhile back. Problem is, he's got sloppy handwriting and it isn't very legible =/

Could someone either tab it out/write it out or whatever, or give me a website with the scale?
#2
www.ultimate-guitar.com

Or google "G Pentatonic"
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#3
Well, there are two G pentatonic scales, major and minor. The G major pentatonic scale has the same notes as the E minor pentatonic scale; however, keep in mind that they are not the same scale.

G major pentatonic is the notes G A B D E, play those anywhere on the neck and you'll be good.
#4
For G major pentatonic, just play the same scale pattern as E major pentatonic but start on the 3rd fret of the 6th string. Of course, you don't HAVE to start there because you can play the notes anywhere on the fretboard.