Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Bass Humor & Gig Stories [BG]' started by hypercarrots, Dec 1, 2021.
please explain in the space provided below
It would make more sense if F were the 7th letter of the alphabet but after counting it out with my limited intellect I have come to the conclusion that F is the 6th letter of the English alphabet. So shouldn't that trendy spelling of Fender actually be 6ENDER?
I see no flaw in your statement.
In the pre-CBS years there were extensive discussions as to whether they should move F letter in the 7th position but it was dropped in favor of changing the Zed to Zee.
No, 7 is a T. However, and this is where people get it wrong, T is not a 7.
No. Nein. HET. Non.
In the key of G major it is.
It is the way they write it. My name is JC Nelson. When I sign my name, the whole thing just looks like two Ns.
I write them same way. So, yes for me.
This would be the correct answer.
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Isnt it F#?
Obviously, Pentatonic is default for a lot of us.
If 6 were 9...
Well, F is the b7 of G, G being the 7th letter.
(b7 of 7).
If you play that note on a b-bender 7ender, you get a b7 on a bb7ender.
Unless you parked you battleship on b7, then you have a battleship 7ender bender.
Not to quibble, but F# is the 7th of G major. Maybe you meant G7 (Dominant) rather than G major.
The '7' resembles the script F, in Fender.
it just sounds so good!
All employees are required to memorize the entire alphabet.
Do schools no longer teach cursive writing?
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