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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by dannew02, Jul 30, 2013.
True but the drinks are cheap and that's what keeps 'em coming back.
Had to be 'rock' music.
I'll show myself out..
I know they are popular, but I've always been a little suspicious of those SM-57s. Probably the reason it ain't working you really need two mics to properly mic a D-28. One on the neck, one behind the sound hole. That's what's going on. Sheesh.
... meanwhile, exploring the centre of the Earth
Would a guitar make any noise if you tried to play it on Uranus?
What about a trumpet?
If it were a banjo, I'd just play it on my knee (doo dah, doo dah). Wait, is that how EVH got "the brown sound"?
Absolutely. You just need to eat a lot of beans first.
A guitar played on the moon, or in space would make a sound ... if you pressed your ear to it.
well guys, the last time i played my d-28 on the moon it sounded great!
for a martin that survived a fire played by an oxygen starved has been...
no sm-57s were slandered in this post.
One can play a Les Paul all day long on the moon...
One can play a Thinline Tele nigh on forever using a strand of baling wire for a guitar strap.
Well that's not gonna please a very large crowd now is it?
Moon maidens are small... You can get a lot of moon maiden ears pressed up against your axe...
Once they remembered to release the parking brake on the rocket. I also saw that documentary, so I can vouch for it
The crowd will all be frozen solid at 3degK.
Hot cocoa laced with Rumplemintz should be a crowd pleaser then. LOL
So at those temps my fingers would be too numb to pluck the strings anyway if the cold hadn't done them in already.
There is no place anywhere in the universe where a banjo could be placed to render it unable to annoy millions. You could stuff Roberta Flack's underwear in one and it would only make it louder.
You must be living in a vacuum. Or, you are just plain light-headed. It must have been great playing a Telecaster that only weighed 1.5lbs. But then, there is that space-suit issue.
Since space is a vacuum, how come it doesn't suck away our atmosphere?
If a tree fell on the moon, would anybody care?
If a bear . . . . in space, would it smell?
Why is space so dark but our sky is so bright when we look out at it?
Would Gibson & Fender set up a booth across from PRS if they held a guitar show on Mars?
Just a few questions that have been plaguing me all my life. Nobody seems to have any definitive answers (except for the one about the blue sky).
Interestingly, I saw a video that NASA published yesterday. It showed the speeds involved in a shuttle launch and return test. Funny thing, they had sound on the video. Either they had good sound effects-over or there really is sound in space.
But really, sound travels through space at the speed of light. That is why you cannot hear it. Besides, your space helmet is blocking the sound. It's a catch 22.