#1
So lately i've been playing around with an added note, say in Gm it would look like this:
|-----------------------------------3---|
|------------------------------3-6------|
|----------------------3-4-5------------|
|-----------------3-5-------------------|
|---------2-3-5-------------------------|
|----3-6--------------------------------|

Sometimes i even leave the Bb out if we're talking in the key of Gm. I realize i'm raising the minor third, but does this have a name?
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#2
It's a Major third
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#4
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Gm pentatonic with a sharpened 10th

perhaps a natural 10th? a sharp 10 would be B#.
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#6
Add an E and A and you've got the C Bebop scale according to Guitar Pro's scale index.
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