Comic strip: "What’s that called?"

Comic strip: COREY BROWN: Hey, you sounded great up there. What was that called? RONI: Well, my guitar solo used a scale called the Hungarian Minor (or Harmonic Minor #4). It has a large number of half steps and a slightly ambiguous tonal center. COREY BROWN: I just sort of meant, “What’s the name of the song?” […]

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    • COREY BROWN: Hey, you sounded great up there. What was that called?
    • RONI: Well, my guitar solo used a scale called the Hungarian Minor (or Harmonic Minor #4). It has a large number of half steps and a slightly ambiguous tonal center.
    • COREY BROWN: I just sort of meant, "What's the name of the song?"
    • RONI: Oh.
    • RONI: I have no idea.
Apparently Satriani's into Hungarian Minor. Which works, as Satch is a guitar nerd hero. If you don't know Joe Satriani, but are my age, you at least know "Summer Song" which was in a Sony commercial in the 90s: He also sued Coldplay for stealing his song. Did he do it? This Canadian guy's on the case!
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