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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by grritz, Sep 21, 2020.
Me I do it with a French A
I'll do even better than that.
THIS is a SLINKY......
Yes it is Cervesa con Leemon
I can't believe I just read every post so far on this thread. I hate myself.
Sodum, potassum, calcum, cesum, magnesum etc....
I'll make sure to next time I'm buying new string tell the girl behind the counter, "Hi-Ho-The-Derry-O 10-48s, do you have those in stock? "
I say Ur-nee-BAWL
I have a speech stutter sometimes when I am most nervous.
I also have trouble with r sounds in words.
I would likely not say DaAddario correctly.
He tried to say it right, but the struggle is real
Sacre merde (or is it Merde sacre??) Some say "Sacre Bleu" I thimk. This thread is as ridiculous as it is longue.
I gotta disagree. Sure, inept pronunciation is simply laziness. That wouldn't negate a thoughtful review, for me.
A great player might be sitting in front of me, playing a D'Aquisto, mispronouncing it, and then starting to describe its attributes, but I wouldn't say "Hold it right there... I don't trust anything you say after that word."
So what the F is Y'all?
Where is this review of which you speak? Is the reviewers first language English?
DR Blues on my strat, Ernie Ball on my LP
Rickenbacker now, on my grandfather’s 1936 lap steel it’s Rickenbacher. Wish I had a pic so you could see the logo. It’s really different.
In my town growing up, there was a kid who had the same last name, he pronounced it “de uh dair ee oh”, but yes, proper Italian pronunciation is “ Da darr-yo” . Kind of like D’Aquisto. I’ve heard people say “dee a qwisto” when its really “ da- keesto”.
I understand what you’re saying but as long as people are communicating and understand each other it seems ok to me unless we’re in Italy!
I wouldn’t dismiss the reviewer unless he was talking about a fine wine! lol
People don’t want to be ignorant, but sometimes when someone properly pronounces something from a foreign language, it can sometimes sound pretentious.
The cheese stands alone.
Is it ca ri be un?
Or care a be un?
I hear it both ways. If someone wanted to be creative they could say,
Most definitely! And it isn’t even Friday yet, is it??
I'm far more concerned with the reviewer's objectivity. Is a fair comparison of strings made ? Is it comprehensive? Does it cover many styles of play? Is the critique fair, and even-handed ? Was the in depth research done? Personally, I don't care if he pronounced D'Addario "Monkey's Uncle", if he did his primary job right.
Small potatoes make the steak look bigger.
This is small potatoes.