C Chord Form Basic Mods
Basic mods include CMaj7, C7, Cmadd9, Cm7, Cadd9, Cadd9♯11.
Next we will play the scale linearly on string 5, then find equivalents in P1. Once in P1, this is 54 of our 7 Majors system. On string 5, this scale is an octave lower than the C Major scale on string 2. Octave = same tone, twice higher or lower. Play the linear version on string 5 in any rhythm/fingering, then match up the equivalents in P1. Then play scale in P1 using finger-fret assignments. Exact tones = unison equivalents. Unison means exact same tone. They are equivalents.
The fret number can be viewed as the the 3 finger [the root on string 4] or the 2 finger [5th on string 5]. Memorize the names for these chords in each position.
We know we will be playing each note-tone 4 times, so we use that space and time to plan the next note [look ahead, don't stare at a repeating note - we always read ahead].