Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Goodwood Audio, Oct 25, 2008.
It's spelt, PEDAL
It's spelt, TREMOLO
or spelled in the more common vernacular.
Birdy Num Num
What the hell. According to my Mac Dictionary:
spelt 1 |spɛlt|
chiefly Brit. past and past participle of spell 1 .
spelt 2 |spelt| |spɛlt| |spɛlt|
an old kind of wheat with bearded ears and spikelets that each contain two narrow grains, not widely grown but favored as a health food. Compare with einkorn , emmer . Triticum spelta, family Gramineae.
ORIGIN late Old English , from Old Saxon spelta. The word was rare until the 16th cent., when it was readopted from Middle Dutch.
I hope TGP doesn't become like HCFX with all their OT threads..
This thread is to funny...
Perhaps in Austraylun.
Around here we speak English.
Now be gone with your good sir or I shall challenge you to a duel!
Another one that has bugged the hell out of me for the longest time
is "learnt" I mean everyone knows that it's spelled learned, right?
OK , from the beginning,
MR NOT DUCKS
MR 2 DUCKS........sorry, couldn't help myself, continue.
No full stops (periods)?
Spelling threads are useless without grammar police!:MMM
dats me dat is in me day job (one of um) kinda like not avin to focus on lexica and stylistics when riting in me favrit forum
I smel wut yer stepin in, dood.
As long as you get the gist of the posts... shut the hell up about the damn corrections already.
( I know your jus kidn round... so are we ;-)
Hey folks, here's a simple solution:
it's a spellchecker program for Firefox that automatically
notes misspelled words and offers suggestions for correction.
I see a lot of cord vs. chord.
Probably best if those folks just called it a "cable" to be safe and avoid the confusion.
I like this thread "too." Now I'm going out "to" the store "to" buy "two" sets of strings.
Wow. Your grammar is wrong, <delete>you have 2 spelling mistakes in a 6 word post<delete>, and you put the thread in the completely wrong location. What a joke.
If your'e ESL, cool.
If yo be brit or canuck, then fine.
Butt if U R US'n, friggin' lern to spel.
Shorthand is one thing, ignorance is another.