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    Read, and then realize why science owns.

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    I eagerly await the argument of whether natural or synthetic fabrics give better tone.
    The only proof he needed for the existance of God was music.
    Kurt Vonnegut Jr.

    Without music, life would be a mistake.
    Friedrich Nietzsche

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    That's all a matter of opinion. While synthetics are more consistent, they don't move as much air as with the case of polyester. However with natural fabrics, not only are you allowed more mobility and air, but they're more flexible and are more transparent with the subtle movements required by air guitar.

    However, tone, electron movement, and movement ease aren't everything. In the case of a beginning air shredder, one might be more likely to opt for the synthetic variety for its renowned durability. A slight sacrifice in tone normally doesn't bother your average beginner. The advanced air guitarist with a more sophisticated ear would definitely find the natural fabrics (particularly cotton for its slight bump in the low mids and clear but not piercing high end) tonally more pleasing. However these natural fabrics have a legacy of their own problems. Shrinkage, color loss, and if played every night, you may wear holes in them within a year.

    Some old school air guitarists argue that holes, much like a nitro finish, allow the air guitar shirt to age and breathe like fine wine. This is also subjective.
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