looking at the notes as numbers(intervals)... if you haven't already done so.
i've known people to just try and remember every scale and note in it. i thought this would be helpful for those to take this concept to make it easier, and then to gradually get into remembering notes in the scales.
for example.(this applies to the major at the moment(inonian)
the root, 1, will always have the 4th above and the 5th below except for when you start on the G string, in which case the top of the root would be
the 3rd and the bottom still the 5th. if you start on the b strin with the root,
the bottom would be minor six(not in the scale) and above would be the fourth.
this applies the e-a-d strings9(n means not in scale)
4 5 6 n 1 2 3
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
5 6 7 1 2 3 n
when you get to the g and b string, the note is moved over by a semitone. try it out. it's really helpful and will make you think out side patterns if that is what you're using to solo with
starting on g string
34n5 6 7 n2n
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
5 6 71n2 34n
you get the idea. try it with the b string. just a note moved over. hope this helps. try it with the aeolian mode as well to and sharpen the 6 and 7 to get the melodic or sharpen just the 7 to get the harmonic
This is a great guide man this is exactly how I learned to play lead after taking a music theory class in HS where all my instructor taught was intervals.