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 How Do You Pronounce Bouillet? 
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How Do You Pronounce Bouillet?

I've Always Called Him 'Bruce Boy-let', How Ever On One Of The YouTube Video's Jeff Sound Like He Says 'Bee-Yay', Which Doesn't Make Much Sense. I Don't Have EV1 or 2 Yet So If Anyone Says It There I Wouldn't Know.


Tue Jan 23, 2007 10:08 pm
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boo - ee - yay

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BOOYAH!!!

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I always thought it was Bruce Bullet, like from a gun. What are all those other letters for? :?

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wow you guys always tell me i make retarded posts. look at this crap.

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gatxman wrote:
wow you guys always tell me i make retarded posts. look at this crap.


Just Thought It Was Interesting, By The Way, Bruce 'Bullet' Sounds Pretty Cool!


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I wasn't serious about that but, now that you mention it, Bruce "The Bullet" Bouillet, would sound great for an introduction at a concert!

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gatxman wrote:
wow you guys always tell me i make retarded posts. look at this crap.


I don't think this is crappy post. I've always wanted to know how to pronounce Bouillet. I have been saying "Bullet" all this time :P

C'mon, it's the same as like Jani Liimatainen's name (Sonata Arctica) you don't get to see them live so you don't know how to pronounce it. Or Yngwie Malmsteen.. (for the longest time I thought it was pronounced as "eeng-wee" LOL) It's not like the pronounciation is in the FAQ or anything, so I think it's okay to ask here.


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yngwie: i pronounce the name as YING-WEE and i heard paul say YING VAE MALMSTAIN lol. you can listen to it in the hebimetasan on youtube

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It is EENG - VAY lol. You can listen to it if watch a video someone named ynwgie, on youtube.

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"BOO-YAY"...


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Haha oops. I've been saying it wrong too.

I've always thought it was "bully - A"

Looks like the L's are silent.

I think Forsh's description sounds the best when sounded out.


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It's a french last name is it not? L's are silent aren't they?


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I think it's pronounced (Boo-lay) that's how I think he said it in his instructional dvd.

And to Gatxman this really is an interesting thread since everyone interprets it in their own way. Also Yngwie IS NOT pronounced (Ying-Wee) it's (Eeng-vay.)

:wink:

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Wed Jan 24, 2007 5:21 am
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i thought it was "boo lee ay"


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this sounds like a job for stringskipper.

(btw, i say it like philiphan)


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Beckerxguitarist wrote:
I think it's pronounced (Boo-lay) that's how I think he said it in his instructional dvd.

And to Gatxman this really is an interesting thread since everyone interprets it in their own way. Also Yngwie IS NOT pronounced (Ying-Wee) it's (Eeng-vay.)

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I'm with you: Boo-lay. L's might be silent in France, but I'm American.


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I think its french in origin, Its very similar to Marge Simpsons maiden name.

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Xelatunes wrote:
"BOO-YAY"...


I've been looking at Bruce's instructional video and he really says it like:
'Hi, my name is Bruce Boo-yay'.

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hmm never said it! but i think of it like french but still i always add the hard t on the end =S "boo-lie-ete

And Yngwie is a wierd translation of Yngve (the real swedish name) Everyone i have talked to say Yngve to him =) (Yngve is a name for reeealy old folks so theres why he have it)

But his real name is: Lars Johann Yngve Lannerbäck

So from now on lets call him Lars ;D


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