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ARCHIVED TOPIC: many ways to say the same thing
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chas5strings - Posted - 03/13/2015: 05:53:01
This might be a very short game but it might strike home.
I have noticed on the various hangouts, a newbie asks a simple question and he gets many answers all saying the same thing in a different way when the first answer says it all.
So can anybody tell me what a "chord" is.
You are not allowed to use any nouns that have already been used in the previous answers.
DeanT - Posted - 03/13/2015: 06:20:46
chas5strings - Posted - 03/13/2015: 06:24:09
Nope, that's cc not ch but lateral thinking is good.
banjoscotty - Posted - 03/13/2015: 06:34:28
A chord is a group of melodic notes,,,played at same time,, on any instrument..
chuckv97 - Posted - 03/13/2015: 06:42:31
A chord can not be played on a kazoo
banjoscotty - Posted - 03/13/2015: 06:48:09
On the contrary,,a chord CAN be played on a jews harp as well.....
OM45GE - Posted - 03/13/2015: 14:07:40
A chord is a line segment that connects two points on a circle.
chuckv97 - Posted - 03/13/2015: 14:28:47
a chord is a misspelled cord
pullnleather - Posted - 03/19/2015: 20:50:44
A chord is a harmonic anomaly
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