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For any system, we carry forward what is already known. We add to it. We can see that frames 1 and 2 share a border. These are the middle tones [tail of frame 1, head of frame 2]. We can also see unisons. These are the same tones on different strings. Basic rule for adjacent string couplets - low string to high, except the 3-2, is 7 up, 5 down [equals 12]. The 7 up is an octave higher. The 5 is the unison - same tone. The tail of frame 2 are the same tones as the head of frame 1. The A-D-G-B-E that were open [and still are!] are also located in frame 2 as fretted tones. In frame 2, we lose the low E and gain the high A [the only new tone]. So these 2 things are really the same thing; just in a new position. Do this: use all of the tones frame 1 and 2 to train/jam. We run the list...some form of academic approach, then jam with and without audio, build chords. 3-5 minutes is good.