Hey, guys, I got this kinda complex (for me) question that needs answering: been playing for about 17 years and I never paid attention to the whole scales and modes thing before. I know the basic construction of a major scale, natural, harmonic and melodic minor, intervals in such scales, etc., all to a rather elemental degree, but most of the time I focused on ear training (as in learning advanced songs by ear) and proper technique, which I find is rather OK atm. Now, with all the available time I have with the whole quarantine thing, I set myself a goal of learning scales and really getting familiar with the whole layout of the neck,so I started with a C major scale, and playing that and its modes all along the neck and strings (I play a 5 string), so as to be able to link them and play them as a single run up and down the neck, saying out loud the notes in every step. So far so good. The question is the following, How would I go about doing this for all the other major scales ie. C#, D, D# E, F, etc.? Do I just shift the shapes by the corresponding number of frets? Would the general shapes change for each scale? Would the different shapes eventually superimpose? Is thinking about it in shapes is the wrong way and I should focus on the construction of each scale and its modes specifically? If so, I would have to learn all 12 scales and modes in major, natural, harmonic and melodic minor (so 48 individual patterns all along the neck)? Is that really the way it goes or am I missing something? Seems like a daunting task, if any. Sorry for the long post, don't even know if it makes sense. Cheers!