What We Found for Major
Basic mods include AMaj7, A7, Am7, Am, Asus9, AmMaj7.
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.
For the V chord, we can play a V7. We can do the same for the I, vi, and ii as well → I
7, vim7, iim7. With the neutral versions of the R5 chords, none of this is going to happen [they aren't even Major or minor].
Let's play this progression in the following ways: