MAGCBDG isn't even a tuning. I cannot get my Snark tuner to read drop M! It also doesn't have the same ring as the Garth Brooks tuning, GBCBDGummies.Or GBCBDG, really pushing that high G to the limit.
I gotta give those bots credit for thinking about how this board is related to music, so, throw names of musicians into the spam, but they gravitate so heavily toward country music, which, and I may be wrong, doesn't seem like the typical demographic here. It'd seem more authentic if they were pushing Maestro Alex Gregory CBD gummies by claiming that they invented the CBD gummy without any substantive proof.
I would buy Maestro Alex Gregory gummies just to say I did. Surely they would have been the first of their kind, and we’d have the man himself to thank for the plethora of CBD gummies on the market today. Who needs proof? What is a man (insert Castlevania Dracula meme) if we can’t take his word on things?
Except for those weirdos who believe that the universe is tuned to 432 because of a nautilus shell.A=440
I had a client bring his guitar in for a set up and he wanted it tuned to 432. When I asked why, just out of genuine curiosity, he just said I wouldn't understand lolExcept for those weirdos who believe that the universe is tuned to 432 because of a nautilus shell.
Mine was “refute ‘Maestro’ Alex Gregory’s claims that he invented the seven string guitar.”My sign-up question was, and I quote:
Compare and contrast the contributions of George Van Eps and Steve Vai to the seven-string guitar community, both stylistically and in terms of technique and equipment. Cite specific examples and quote your sources. Finally, compose and record a concerto for seven-string guitar and symphonic orchestra.
In the registration you have to answer the question "Our guitars are frequently tuned in..." and he's tried every conceivable common tuning but nothing is correct. is this a trick question or something? lol