Simple Sequence for Spaces Below
Since you know you will be playing each note-tone 4 times, use that space and time to plan the next note.
For our reading sequence, we have the lines and spaces of the staff, plus low E. Next, we will work the spaces below. There are only 4 spaces under the staff. Again, we already know low E. And, we also know F from our staff spaces session. We'll keep our note-tone groups in sets of 5. This overlap helps us connect the lower to notes on the staff.
Play these tones over and over, in any order, saying aloud the note-head location [line/space and the corresponding number] & the string/fret combination.
Always tells us something.
The path continues. Life-long learning & practice takes planning. Frameworks matter. First, we still have some mapping to do to wrap up our 7 Majors system. Following this, we will explore 6ths in 3 different keys. These are great sounds which can be used in different settings. Then, we will bring Octave Explorer onto the path. This is an exploration model for getting to know our fretboard & making sonic discoveries based on our own sensibilities. We'll go wave by wave, block by block. For this process, you will be encouraged to add to the mix...audio or video of the processes and exercises we will be working on.