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  1. Indian Drummer Man

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    Default How do you pronounce Meinl?

    How do you pronounce Meinl?

    I've owned a Meinl cymbal for over an year and I still dont know the correct pronunciation.

    Thanks for your help!

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  2. Master of Slam

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    I say it MEE-NUL

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    Mean-ole
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    Mine-L.

    That's how I've always said it..

  5. ...drums barefoot..

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    I say it how Sushi says it..Mine-ill.
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  6. The Hardware Guy

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    Mine ... ull (like pull, without the P)
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  7. Master of Slam

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    I suppose where you live will determine how you pronounce things.

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    MINE-L

    or

    MEEN-L

    theyre both kind of correct...

    HowTF?!?!?!? DO YOU SAY PASITE!!!!! i say it as in "paste" like glue and paste.
    but some ppl are like Pie-stee and PAY-stee....

    so i dunno....


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  9. Indian Drummer Man

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    Meinl (as far as I know) is a German company. So I guess a German would know for sure?


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  10. Watch it, I bite!

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    My-Nel or Mine-L

    It doesn't really matter how you pronounce it though.


    Please try searching next time.

    http://www.pearldrummersforum.com/sh...einl+Pronounce

  11. The Hardware Guy

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    Quote Originally Posted by emo_dude
    HowTF?!?!?!? DO YOU SAY PASITE!!!!! i....
    Dude that has been covered hundreds of times already - search....

    There is a simple way to find out how any company pronouces their name - just ring em up. Ring Paiste and listen to how the girl answers the phone - ring Meinl and listen to how the girl answers the phone, etc....
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  12. Registered User

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    my-nall

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