Give it a unique Name. Shape 2
G|-0-2-| D|-0-2-| A|-0-2-| E|-0-3-|
Shape 3 (Quite a similar pattern to Shape 1)
G|-2-4-| D|-2-5-| A|-2-5-| E|-3-5-|
G|-4-7-| D|-5-7-| A|-5-7-| E|-5-7-|
G|-7-9--| D|-7-9--| A|-7-10-| E|-7-10-|
Improvising The Minor Pentatonic May be used for Improvising and possibly Soloing. Making it a good thing to use. You may have noticed I stopped at the Twelth Fret. that's because there are only 12 Notes... E, F, F#, G, G#, A, A#, B, C, C# D, D#. To go higher, just repeat those shapes. Also remember that these shapes are in the Key of Emin. To go to G for example, Shape 1 starts on the 3rd Fret, and the rest of the shapes follow after (and repeat behind) Here are all the Frets you can use using the Shapes.
G|-9--12-| D|-9--12-| A|-10-12-| E|-10-12-|
So that means the notes you can use are... E, G, A, B, D. Remember to practice those Scales, try improvising with the Pentatonic and enjoy!
G|-0-2-4-7--9-12-| D|-0-2-5-7--9-12-| A|-0-2-5-7-10-12-| E|-0-3-5-7-10-12-|