A pentatonic scale is a musical scale with five notes per octave, in contrast to the more familiar heptatonic scale that has seven notes per octave (such as the major scale and minor scale)

Below you can check the 5 box shapes as mentioned in the video lesson. If you haven't checked the video lesson yet then kindly do that to understand the shapes more clearly.

(1st position of F#m Pentatonic Scale)
E-------------------------------------5--8--
B------------------------------5--8---------
G-----------------------5--7---------------
D-----------------5--7---------------------
A-----------5--7---------------------------
E---5--8-----------------------------------


(2nd position of F#m Pentatonic Scale)
E-------------------------------------5-7--
B------------------------------5-7---------
G-----------------------4-6---------------
D----------------4-7----------------------
A---------4-7-----------------------------
E--5-7------------------------------------


(3rd position of F#m Pentatonic Scale)
E--------------------------------------7-9--
B------------------------------7-10--------
G-----------------------6-9----------------
D----------------7-9-----------------------
A---------7-9------------------------------
E--7-9-------------------------------------


(4th position of F#m Pentatonic Scale)
E-------------------------------------------9-12-
B----------------------------------10-12--------
G--------------------------9-11-----------------
D------------------9-11-------------------------
A----------9-12---------------------------------
E-9-12------------------------------------------


(5th position of F#m Pentatonic Scale)
E--------------------------------------------------12-14-
B-----------------------------------------12-14----------
G--------------------------------11-14-------------------
D----------------------11-14-----------------------------
A------------12-14---------------------------------------
E--12-14-------------------------------------------------

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