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    Default Re: Famous Octave Mandolin players

    There's this guy, one of our favorites from a very favorite band.


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    Default Re: Famous Octave Mandolin players

    And these two fellers:


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    Default Re: Famous Octave Mandolin players

    Dominick Leslie playing an Austin Clark OM:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0E7WUtIHwvo

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    One of my favourites, not octave but he probably could play one!


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    Default Re: Famous Octave Mandolin players

    oops ... never mind
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    Default Re: Famous Octave Mandolin players

    Famous Irish bouzouki players (GDAD) we have a-plenty, but how about OM players?
    This a rather silly and pretty irrelevant distinction, imo. You can play just about any genre tuned either way (GDAD or GDAE). One 'de-tuned" set of strings does not a different instrument make. I suppose what you really mean is bluegrass & old-time played on oversized mando?

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    Default Re: Famous Octave Mandolin players

    Somebody listed Danny Carnahan, but we forget Paul Kotapish, also of Wake the Dead!

    Also Mandolin Cafe's Allen Hopkins. Yes I still have and love my Thistledown cassette!
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