I actually think the correct pronunciation in this case IS "super bee". I always though it was the french pronunciation, but on a recent trip to japan, every shop proprietor referred to it as Super Bee.
Also, I can't believe Don missed SR "Four Sir"!
Sean Flores SF, CA
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> Superbe is easy and derives from the french term meaning superior. In my
> youth, not knowing anything about it, we always called it Super Beee,
> instead of "Saaperb", sometimes i still refer to my old
> Michael Schmid
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