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    Default Re: Favorite Electric Mandolin Albums or Artists?

    I was referring to 4 string or eight and not necessarily in a rock context. When it comes to 5 string of course the range is expanded. Advantages of an acoustic mandolin in a folk/trad/bluegrass context are obvious.

    Anybody mention Mike Kang yet?

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    Default Re: Favorite Electric Mandolin Albums or Artists?

    Quote Originally Posted by Perry View Post
    Anybody mention Mike Kang yet?
    Thank you! I've been trying to remember his name since the start of this thread.

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    Nash The Slash in the band FM. There's a pretty awesome example here:



    (An unrelated guitar player later appropriated part of Nash's name and trademark top hat)
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    FM live with Nash on what looks like a Mandobird

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