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## #1 2010-03-20 05:49:49

S.G. Shredmaster
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### guitars and math

if you think about it the two are connected somehow...anyone know how

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## #2 2010-03-20 06:49:04

John E. Franklin
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### Re: guitars and math

You mean the placement of the frets is very mathematical?
(logarithmic/exponential distances from the end of the strings where the sound box is.)

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## #3 2010-03-20 13:52:12

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### Re: guitars and math

yeah, yeah i think:/ i wasn't thinking that deep into it but that sounds about right . For exaple: 0+3+2, 0+3+3-1, 0+3+2-2-3. smoke on the water, main riff

When you're old and your eyes are dim, There ain't no old shep gonna happen again
We'll still go walking down country lanes, I'll sing the same old song

## #4 2010-03-21 09:48:10

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### Re: guitars and math

Doot Doot Daaaah, doot doot dit daaaaah, doot doot daaah, dit daaaah.
Cool, just watched it, also programmed your notes into a player of mine.
I remember this from way back.

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## #5 2010-03-21 12:54:16

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### Re: guitars and math

yeah cool!

When you're old and your eyes are dim, There ain't no old shep gonna happen again
We'll still go walking down country lanes, I'll sing the same old song