One of my favorite aspects of the mandolin sound is the great "woody" sound that a good mandolin produces in the low registers, particularly the G and D strings...(My A9 is wonderful in this range!)
So coming home from our band practice a few minutes ago, I was listening to Adam Steffey's classic intro and outro on "Every Time You Say Goodbye" by AKUS. I absolutely *love* the tone Steffey pulls out of the mando on the final 3 notes of that song...it just barks out at you!
Does anyone else know what I'm talking about? If so, could you point to any other classic recorded examples of exceptionally "woody" sounding notes/tone?