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Ask any monkey who's been "formally trained" in chord scale theory how to approach a chart with 30 chords and he will give you 30 scales. Pathetic.
^Someone's always gotta bring up the beginning of the time...
I'm talking within the confines of tonal harmony which applies today as it did 400 years ago. The same unifying harmony addresses the needs ranging from baroque to jazz to rock.
Because the scales inherently existed as soon as the musical language was established. The bastardization of them as self contained units that must be categorically studied is a very recent thing.
You could also argue that it's relative.
There were 17 million Jews in the world in 1939, 11 million in 1945.
They were both great tragedies, I think that's all that matters.
I will blame that moron for bringing up the holocaust, btw.
Proportionately, at least according to the efforts of a certain professor from Texas, Gypsies fared worse than the Jews.
It's pretty irrelevant to try to challenge someone's feelings towards what is undoubtedly (except to morons) a great tragedy.
I'd say it's definitely in contention, but still, pointless arguing whether this one is more so than any other.
If you think you can disprove modern history's greatest tragedy, feel free to PM me. That said, don't hijack threads. That's just rude.
Cool, so you have a wide range of experience with their line of guitars. That's good to hear. What do your friends think of Carvin? Probably nothing but praise huh?
That's okay, I just want to hear personal reasons why you would get a Carvin or vice versa. Out of curiosity which Carvin models did you play?
To add one more statement to the thread, I hardly ever see discussion about Carvin on this website or others and even searching it's hard to find threads.