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Minor Scale - Copyrighted

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I made it almost to the 4 minute mark and stopped because my head was going to explode.

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I am going to copyright playing on guitar strings in this order: Low E, A, D, G, B, high E while fiddling with the tuners to get them in pitch. I only want a penny royalty for each time it is done.


From now on, I play my guitar half step flat capo one :joy::joy:

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I wonder if anyone has trademarked or copyrighted drop C banjo tuning with capo on 2nd? If not, I call dibs (which I’m sure is a legal thing).

Well, you DID put it in writing. :stuck_out_tongue:

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I think I’ll just grab the G scale. I am bound to make a fast buck or two.:rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:

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It won’t go down as a masterpiece but you will get rich on it for sure. Brilliant idea!

Come to think of it, that isn’t so different than what a lot of pop stars do nowadays…:thinking:

Okay… To be fair and honest… going back a few more years even to the 1950s, the strategy has plagued us. Just consider for a moment the high intellect and creativity of some of those early rock songs… Mony Mony, be-bop-a-lula, Tutti Frutti, Wild thing :roll_eyes:

And yet, I still remember them whether I want to or not.

I guess those artists were smartest of all

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That’d never work on a banjo


I think that is precisely @Mark_Rocka’s point!

The more one uses it, the more money to be received. In the case of Banjos and Mandos… Players would go broke and @Mark_Rocka would be rich beyond his wildest dreams!

I think people would start tuning on the black market :joy::joy::joy::joy: plus, how do you get rich off of musicians? They don’t have any money to start with


Imagine the field day lawyers would have to raise and defend charges all the time.

It is no wonder a lawyer didn’t already think of the idea!

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This Katy Perry story is very disturbing… Independent of the music itself @MissMaggie. :unamused:

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