Matthew Parker's Decoder #2015-01

Did you beat January’s music note code? Here it is again:

Matthew's Decoder #2015-01

How It Works

You don’t have to be able to read music to break this code, but you do have to be able to recognize symbols. Match each musical symbol with its corresponding letter below and you’re good to go!

Here is the complete alphabet:

Matthew's Decoder #2015-01

Coolness!

The electric guitar was created in 1931. While it’s called an “electric” guitar, no electricity actually moves through the instrument itself. Instead, it uses electromagnetic impulses to convert the strings’ vibrations into electric signals that can be manipulated and distorted by the player. The electric guitar has had more influence on modern music than any other instrument.

Look for a new code in the next issue of Clubhouse magazine.

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