The Mandolin Dawg Plays on Answers...

Congrats Kurt Gisclair who guessed 10 out of 14 correctly!

Dawg Trio

David Grisman used three different mandolins on his new Dawg Trio recording Dawg Trio Plays Tunes & Sings Songs. In November, 2019 we had a contest where you could listen to Dawg's breaks and guess which mandolins he used. The streaming tracks are saved here for posterity.

The Answers!

Mandolin Used: Fern

On the track above, "Spud Boy," Dawg plays:

Mandolin Used: Fern

On the track above, "Old Timey Art," Dawg plays:

Mandolin Used: Gilchrist

On the track above, "Little Bitty Town," Dawg plays:

Mandolin Used: Gilchrist

On the track above, "Dawg on a String," Dawg plays:

Mandolin Used: Fern

On the track above, "Big Blue," Dawg plays:

Mandolin Used: Fern

On the track above, "No End of Love," Dawg plays:

Mandolin Used: Fern

On the track above, "Blue Dawg," Dawg plays:

Mandolin Used: Fern

On the track above, "Lobster Rolls," Dawg plays:

Mandolin Used: Gilchrist

On the track above, "Money Moves Up," Dawg plays:

Mandolin Used: Gilchrist

On the track above, "Funky Plunky!," Dawg plays:

Mandolin Used: Crusher

On the track above, "Zaydeh's Waltz," Dawg plays:

Mandolin Used: Gilchrist

On the track above, "Super Grits," Dawg plays:

Mandolin Used: Fern

On the track above, "Razzle Dazzle," Dawg plays:

Mandolin Used: Fern

On the track above, "It's a Long, Long Way to the Top of the World," Dawg plays: