Since my first day playing tuba in 6th grade I've known how to read music, and of course I can find the notes on the fretboard but it's not as natural for me as with, say a piano. I want to introduce some learning tools into my practice time that help to engrain the notes up and down the entire fretboard, other than the dots, and so I'm asking what others might have done for themselves. Each night I first practice technique for at least and hour or two before anything else, and so I would add in verbally reciting the notes of any scale as I practice. For example, I was thinking of adding some stickers on the back of the neck (laugh all you want) just above the thumb. I would only reference certain notes and only on the E string. I should be able to figure out the rest from there. Any thoughts?