Stitching Frames 1 and 2
We can also have smaller limits, tone sets. We can work with any string couplet [any two strings, adjacent or non-]. Start with the 2 & 1 strings. We work every tonal combination of just those 2 strings. We go string set by string set. After the 2/1 strings, we do the same with 2/3, 3/4, 4/5, 5/6, plus any other combinations. The idea is to break it down, then add it up, thinking of it as one thing. I call this stitching [can be done on single strings as well].
Use slurs. Slides can get us to the next fretted location.
In the 3rd ‘measure’ here, we are hammering, then picking an open string [which is the same tone as the one before it – unison]. This ‘figure’ can be moved up and down the strings as well.
Open strings are always available.
After the 2 & 1 strings, do the same thing with strings 2 & 3. And, keep going.
Then, run the list one more time, focusing on jamming with all of these tones, without and with audio.