Alright - I know the answer is probably going to be "practice until it's all muscle memory!" - but still, failing that, any tips/hints/mods I can do to help see my fret markings on a dark stage? I routinely play some gigs in some dimly lit rooms (or use sunglasses to cut down on the stage light leds pointed right at my eyes), and then have trouble seeing the fret marking dots along the top of the fretboard. For some songs I travel a bit (quickly) and need to see where I'm aiming for. I've seen a product that is like an led flashlight that clips onto the top of the headstock and shines down the strings - but I'm thinking that would only help me see the fretboard (which I don't look at), and not illuminate the top of the neck (which I *do* stare at too much...). I can't be the first person with this issue. So, aside from painting or using glow in the dark stickers all along the top of my neck, any quick tips/mods to finding my position on a dark stage? Thanks!