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Comic #4379

1 Iki Piki: Can you play all the regular musical notes on a relativistic hyperguitar?
2 Salesman: Well, the notes can approach C but never actually reach it. Except maybe in a singularity like a black hole.
3 Iki Piki: And it almost sounds like these guitars are incredibly dangerous, with parts moving close to the speed of light.
4 Salesman: Nah. You just have to shred faster than the guitar can shred itself.

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I mean, we have no idea what goes on inside a black hole. All the laws of music could totally be broken. Milli Vanilli might be a legitimate musical group, for all we know.

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