Shared May 14, 2019
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I'm starting a series of vlogs based around how I practise the guitar.
I'm kicking off with my two home amps / setups. Enjoy!
Now then, in US English practise the verb and practice the noun are both spelled 'practice'. But here in the UK, the verb uses an 's' – 'practise'. My original reading is that in this context we're using the verb. Gear to practise with? But lots of people think it's a noun. The practise gear, maybe.
Whatever, it's a 'c' now. Mick here, obviously.
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