1 definition by Hank Morgan

Gard logic is a type of fallacy in logic. It represents irrationality and or lack of logic whatsoever. Usually used in a musical context.
Rather than spending time focusing on warming up and listening to the ensemble for tuning, skip warming up to turn right away to an electronic tuner. This constitutes an example of Gard logic because neither the player nor the instrument has been "warmed" up, negating the effects of tuning.
by Hank Morgan May 04, 2013

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