F Major Harmonized Scale
This page shows the F Major scale harmonized with triads and full chords. The triads shown are root position, 1st inversion, and 2nd inversion forms of the triads. This means that some of the harmonized scales might not be harmonized in the strictest sense of a musicologist, but will certainly give you the chorded, harmonized feel of the F Major scale.
The F Major Scale Harmonized uses the F Major, G minor, A minor, B flat Major, C Major, Dm, and E diminished chords.
Learn the location of the root notes in each triad and you can move these forms up and down the fretboard as the form remains the same but the location or fret where you find the root note will change the root of the triad and/or chord.