Building on yesterday’s post, here are some charts for the minor pentatonic scale. On the left are movable positions, with the highest notes of the first shape being the lowest notes of the next shape (read down the left column and then back up to the right column for the correct order). The hollow dots are the root notes, so line them up with note-name of the desired scale. On the right is a full-fingerboard chart of C minor pentatonic scale so you can see how the shapes run together (hollow dots = C). You can move this around too, just wrap notes back to the nut as they pass the 12th fret.