In low volume, a melody sad love song is playing in a mobile phone placed on the side table.
Do you see the three adjectives (melody sad love) together? Is that correct?
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I see only one adjective.
The use of melody as a noun makes this sentence ungrammatical. This would be correct:
Although there are still only two pure adjectives, not three.
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If the essence of the question is whether it is grammatical to chain three adjectives in a row, then the answer is: Yes.
There's nothing ungrammatical or illegal about using any number of adjectives consecutively. However, good writing style recommends that the number of adjectives be limited to three and to avoid using more than two where possible.