Separate names with a comma.
Yeah, giving him a serious look. I like the fact that his focus is all blues. I also like that his "course" is all by the same instructor (him),...
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I'm aware of that...and I've done that. Damn near every "best of..." list on Google is advertising camouflaged as legitimate content. That's why I...
Ah, yes. Good question. Basic blues (12-bar) to start but would like to get into styles of: BB King, Buddy Guy. Then...who knows?
Does this help?
Yes, I know I could Google "best blues guitar lessons." But that would just give me ads and "sponsored" lists. I'm going to the people I trust...
Thank you, Ebidis!
So...did you ever start a thread and wish you hadn't?
I believe my point is made. And I believe it's valid.
I'm done. You guys can take it from here. :thumb:
My point precisely.
Yes, it is about the reviewer. If he fails to get the facts right, the review is a failure...and he shouldn't be doing reviews.
"Budweiser." Go ahead and mispronounce that and see if your buddies don't think you're a moron. Pronunciation may not be a "fact," but...
Sorry...to me, it's still a case of getting the facts right...including the pronunciation. Either that, or I can't trust the reviewer/critic's...
So...does it NOT matter that a reviewer/critic gets the facts — including pronunciation — correct? If that's so, then why bother checking reviews...
Perhaps. But I got enough piss to spare...and a raincoat.
Nope. They deserve some latitude.
No...I was hoping that folks here would agree that getting the name right is important if you're going to do a review/critique of a product.
Jeez...I was hoping this wouldn't get to be a "my strings can beat up your strings" thread!
The larger point here is that reviewers/critics need to get it right...or their review/critique is immediately faulted.
I hear ya...but would you say "lee-mon"...or "o-raynge"? No.
Sorry, this goes to getting the name right.
It's "Bud-wyz-er," not "Bud-weeez-er."...
I’m sorry…I just cannot trust any reviewer of D’Addario products who doesn’t even know how to pronounce the name of the manufacturer correctly....
LOVE my Cali76 but they r not cheap. $300 used if you shop around. If u r serious about compression (I am!), you’ll at least check this out on...