Of course it's NNUTS and trivial on piano in the key of C. There are
many web sites (not classical) that cover this material in a number of
different ways. One way is to look at the forms as they move across
string sets so the common first position E major form becomes A minor
I also teach the standard first position chords and CAGED which are
also NNUTS. Much of teaching fretboard theory is NNUTS but each seems
to have slightly different twists to how the material is presented.
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Thanks for the reminder that it is time for me to put Richard
Pick's School of Guitar back into print, where all of this, not only
in C major, but in all 24 keys and their minor relatives are treated
in great detail.
Other than reading standard notation it's trivial (unlike piano) to
shift the patterns for other keys.
Does Pick present these patterns in standard notation? I would love
to get Pick's book when you have it published again. You were lucky to
study with such a fine musician.