#1
Hey.

I have this very important question.

I'm going to make a trip to Jupiter, and I want to bring my guitar with me, but is the sound of my guitar going to change once I'm there? Maybe the atmospheric conditions of the place can make weird stuff to my guitar.

pls answer.
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#2
I feel like you have bigger logistical questions to answer before you get to that one.......
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#3
Good question. The density of Jupiter's atmosphere changes as you go deeper, progressing from gaseous cloud layers, from liquid to metallic hydrogen, and finally at the center lies it's rocky core. Should you enter it's outer layers, your guitar (assuming its a Dean Dimebag Razorback Rebel Flag) will be pulverized by extreme wind and atmospheric pressure, making it very difficult to maintain a good tuning.
#4
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your guitar (assuming its a Dean Dimebag Razorback Rebel Flag) will be pulverized by extreme wind and atmospheric pressure, making it very difficult to maintain a good tuning.

Probably the best upgrade for that guitar amirite guize?
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#5
Rossenrot
Is the density of the gas cloud thicker or thinner than that of Earth?
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#6
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Rossenrot
Is the density of the gas cloud thicker or thinner than that of Earth?

Its way thicker in my opinion. Jupiter sure is fun to look at, but now that we're talking about it I don't suppose there's much practical use for it. 
#7
Given that, you'll probably sound more bass like and will play at a lower pitch
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#8
What you need is a new amp
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#9
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Probably the best upgrade for that guitar amirite guize?

TBF, once he reaches Jupiter, it'll be the best guitar within like a million miles.
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#10
boys go to jupiter to get more stupider
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#12
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(assuming its a Dean Dimebag Razorback Rebel Flag)

Naturally,

The gravity of Jupiter (or Poopiter as I call it in my spare time, lul) would hold your strings down so they couldn't vibrate.
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#13
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Good place to record a prog metal album.


You mean a space rock album ?

Bu dum tssss
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^ I've just realised if you say Simple Plan's 2011 effort "Get Your Heart On!" really fast in a Southern American accent, it sounds gross. . .like sexual gross!

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Hello.
I'm looking for professional bongo-ists and triangle-ists to make a Progressive Technical Brutal Death Metal band
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#15
Well first, let's listen to the sound of Jupiter:



Now it's important to understand that sound is neither being emitted from the planet nor could it travel through space if it did. But what it is being emitting are radio frequencies, which are then captured as energy by nearby satellites, and from there are converted into audio. Normally, the frequencies would be much too low to be heard by human ears, so instead what we do is take the audio, speed it up a few hundred times, and shift the pitch to appropriate levels. The result is what you hear now. But you wouldn't need to do that once you were there anyways, so it probably wouldn't affect your tone. But it is pretty cool to know.
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#17
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I'd like to think the raw audio sounds like this:

http://vocaroo.com/i/s0rK0xHKWa3S
(it's kinda loud so you might want to turn your speakers down a tich)

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#18
I was just doing a silly voice, but Jupiter is actually a good drag queen name.
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#23
Better take an acoustic nowhere to plug in an amp.
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#25
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#26
How would a guitar sound if it was played in Jupiter?

If you were good enough, probably a bit like this.

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#27
If you brought the Wangcaster, you could use it as a surfboard and ride the giant red eye.
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#29
precisely like this


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How would a guitar sound if it was played in Jupiter?

If you were good enough, probably a bit like this.

this is a good response too although jupiter was/is not as good as versailles
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#30
Jupiter, Florida? Is that with a tube or solid state amp? 
Yes I am guitarded also, nice to meet you.
#31
Next we're going to have to find out how a guitar would sound if it were played in Uranus.


Aw, C'mon, you KNEW that was coming.
#32
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Next we're going to have to find out how a guitar would sound if it were played in Uranus.
i think i'd have bigger concerns than the sound in that case
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#33
in space nobody can hear you squealy 
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#35
There was a "Jupiter C" once, but it was a space launch vehicle, not a musical scale or key.



?Muy phallic, si?