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Old 01-21-2018, 01:14 PM
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Must say I love the mandolin sound...it has had a great place in popular music on tracks like Maggie May and I have heard some 18th century classical stuff that sound so vibrant. I need to do some research to understand what the discussion here relates to! But the instrument itself is fantastic and I think has been underused in relation to the acoustic guitar...it's a kind of stringed piccolo in relation to the standard guitar range I feel.
You may be aware of Led Zeppelin's mandolin player - John Paul Jones (nope it wasn't Jimmie Paige on any of those great tunes, "Going to California," "Battle of Evermore," etc.).
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