paperfone
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Join date: May 2009
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#1
Everyone has their own favorite song, solo, riff etc but I'm talking about that single note that just gives you an orgasm every time you hear it.

Ill start with this:
John Petrucci- Lost Without You 4:06 - pinch harmonic
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jbIdxdZ_eJo

What else you guys got?
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#5
Quote by paperfone
that note that just gives you an orgasm every time you hear it.



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Every note in every song I like ever.


You must get a lot of orgasms.
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asator
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#8
Why is the word "note" in quotation marks? Most of my favourite notes in songs are very real.
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#10
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You must get a lot of orgasms.


Or not know what an orgasm is.

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paperfone
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#12
Quote by asator
Why is the word "note" in quotation marks? Most of my favourite notes in songs are very real.


"note" meaning a note on any instrument including voice, and the quotes referring to something like a bend or tremolo, not actually a single note, but.. you get the point
asator
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#13
Quote by paperfone
"note" meaning a note on any instrument including voice, and the quotes referring to something like a bend or tremolo, not actually a single note, but.. you get the point

No, no I don't. Playing a note with trem doesn't make it not be a note anymore.
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#14
Yeah, every single vibration from any object that produces a frequency, sound, or tone can be placed on a musical scale somehow. Every noise you hear can fall somewhere onto a scale, and that makes it a note.