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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudyy View Post
    Do you always speak in third person?
    Morehead never speaks in the third person.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morehead State View Post
    Morehead never speaks in the third person.
    How silly of me. Anyway, how do you feel about John Mayer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudyy View Post
    How silly of me. Anyway, how do you feel about John Mayer?
    I like his Strat. that's about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morehead State View Post
    I like his Strat. that's about it.
    Boo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morehead State View Post
    Rap sucks and always has.
    No melody, and melody is the heartbeat of music.

    In my never to be humble opinion of course.
    It's all about where and when you grew up. Point in case: I grew up in a diverse area surrounded by urban kids from kindergarten to high school and that's where I learned to love rap music. Without those kids I doubt I would have ever listened to it let alone give it a chance. As I have gotten older I have come to resent the whole gangster rap ideology, which is the feeling I am sure many parents and older generations have felt forever. I also grew up in the "golden age" of hip hop and rap music when the considered best artists of that genre were in their primes. My friends from a town about 2 miles away which is mainly white upper middle class all hate rap music. You're a product of your environment.


    Edit: As a fellow musician I would also argue that rhythm is the heartbeat of music, not melody.
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    I think the old rap was horrible too, in all honesty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudyy View Post
    Boo!
    You prefer Les Pauls?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Giantz4Life View Post
    It's all about where and when you grew up. Point in case: I grew up in a diverse area surrounded by urban kids from kindergarten to high school and that's where I learned to love rap music. Without those kids I doubt I would have ever listened to it let alone give it a chance. As I have gotten older I have come to resent the whole gangster rap ideology, which is the feeling I am sure many parents and older generations have felt forever. I also grew up in the "golden age" of hip hop and rap music when the considered best artists of that genre were in their primes. My friends from a town about 2 miles away which is mainly white upper middle class all hate rap music. You're a product of your environment.


    Edit: As a fellow musician I would also argue that rhythm is the heartbeat of music, not melody.
    Rhythm is easy. Melody is hard.
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    As ussshhhh MH is wrong. Hip hop uses classical, j***, blues rifs and loops for beats. It makes me appreciate all music genres. What you hear on the radio is not real hip hop.

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    Cant say j-***?? how about jaz

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