Ugh - feels like a dumb question - sorry. Currently I'm taking the time to learn the Pentatonic Shapes. I've started with A minor as that's what everyone on the internet told me to do. I'm practicing this by looping an appropriate progression (ex. Am, G, F, C) and moving all over the fret board or playing with jam tracks. Onto the dumbness: After I feel I have the A minor shape(s) (pentatonically at least) under my fingers, what is the next logical Pentatonic Shape I should move to? I understand A minor is relative to C Major and those are the shapes. But, is there a particular order to "learn" these in? Or is it more an understanding or where the root notes are? (is pentatonically a word?) Thanks everyone.