Just wondering how everyone views the fretboard. Do you see box shapes, note names, intervals, scales etc.? I see a dynamic fretboard that is always changing based off the chord of the moment. What I mean is when the chord changes my fretboard visulization shifts to this new chord shape. The only note name I see is the root note of the chord, all the other notes are intervals. I build my chord shapes off a standard triad. So for example if I need a minor chord I see a major chord but flatten the 3. If I need a dominant 7th I can just add in the b7 note that is two frets left of the 1 etc.. I can also visualize all the other scale note intervals surrounding the major triad shape simply by knowing the interval values in relation to the triad shapes. So yes I guess I know my scales but I create them on the fly using chord tones. I don't see scales like the diagram you see on the internet, I create my own and only use them as a guide not a rule. All notes in the chromatic scale can be played if timing is right. To sum it up the major triad shape is my fretboard map. How do you see the fretboard?