The title of this post is a quote from the video that accompanies the LC "Punch In" blog:
"I am aware of all of the choices I have, and that note is common to all of them".
How does Larry "see" things to make that comment? Is he seeing the triads of all of the chords in the section of the song in his head? Or is he making notes on the top of the musical staff? At one point he does mention (at 47 secs) playing notes that are common to a melodic minor, common to a 13b9 chord. Common to what? Common between the arp of the underlaying chord and also the melodic minor. A few lessons back he was talking about common notes being common between the various chords in the songs.
How does he see his fretboard? In terms of arps of chords or in terms of scales? Or both at the same time? I want to understand how he visualizes his palette.