#1
This has been bugging me for quite a while.

How do I know what scales change in different tunings?

For example, what would Gminor be if I were playing the same patterns a step down?(DGCFAD)
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#2
A G minor shape in a step down would be F minor
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#3
u shouldnt learn it by patterns, learn it by notes. that way u can play it in any tuning
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u shouldnt learn it by patterns, learn it by notes. that way u can play it in any tuning


This. Get rid of the tabs and pull out some manuscript.
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u shouldnt learn it by patterns, learn it by notes. that way u can play it in any tuning


I know, my teacher advised me to just learn all the notes, but at the moment I'm just starting out with patterns.
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I know, my teacher advised me to just learn all the notes, but at the moment I'm just starting out with patterns.


Not good. You will get used to the patterns and it will make note learning even harder.