I pulled out "Full Compass" this morning...man.
Here's what I have for the 1st phrase-
(All Triplets, start on the "&" of Beat 1)
l-&a 2&a 3&a 4&al1&a 2&a 3&a 4_-l
l-BD C#FAb GBD C#AbF
lF#A#C# CEG F#F#EF#_
This can be practiced as an etude-
"Easier" to maybe see it & finger it as clusters of 3 notes-
B-D-C# Played on the E & A strings using a 4-2-1 pattern with the fretting hand
F-Ab-G Played on the A & D strings using a 4-2-1
B-D-C# Played on the D & G strings using a 4-2-1
The initial B is on the 7th fret/E-string; the D & C# are on the A string
>the 2nd group of 3 notes are 1 fret up using the A & D
>>the 3rd group of 3 notes are 1 fret up using the D & G
So it moves from B-F-B...tritones?
Same goes for the triads-
F#-A#-C# uses the A & D strings
>F# is played at the 9th fret/A string(fretting hand fingers = 2-1-4)
C-E-G uses the D & G strings
>C is played 1 fret up at the 10th fret(fretting hand fingers = 2-1-4)
Moves from F#/Gb to C
...and the tempo is, uh, quick-quick!