your music history seems off. guido invented do-re-mi... to correlate with the first tone in each of 6 songs tributed to saint john, each tone corresponds the the major scale. do-re-mi can be sung in any key, yet it was invented for use in the diatonic scale. and yes sharps were not added later into music, i was merely commenting on how we still use guido system slightly modified to include all semi-tones.All wrong. Do re mi is not assigned to any notes. It can be sung in any key. It's merely a template. To say it goes with the "fundamental notes" is pure idiocy. Also, the sharps and flats WERE NOT added later. Where in the hell did you here that?
another uneducated responce. the guitar is simply the only instrument i can think of that still uses diatonic tuning, steel guitarists(jerry byrd) can vouch for this. i never said that every guitarist uses diatonic tuning, your responce is pure ignorance.WTF????? Who in the hell ever told you the guitar is diatonic. I've played guitar for 9 years. Please apoligize for such an INCORRECT statement.
this all started when you claimed a 7-note scale doesn't exist, this is false, the diatonic scale surely exists. don't even try to make up a new definition of a scale just to suit your misguided idea, you were wrong.