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    Nice! Very nice indeed.

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    wow, really neat sound and groove on this!
    thanks for sharing
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    Yup!

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    Great! Would love to know how the mando was amped and mic’d to get that shimmer and sustain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnsoba View Post
    Great! Would love to know how the mando was amped and mic’d to get that shimmer and sustain.
    Hey,

    Thanks for asking about the rig. I tried to keep the signal chain as clean as possible by not running more pedals then I needed. I ran a different configuration of pedals for each song.

    I ran my Ryder 5 string mandolin stereo through a late 1960's Fender Bassman and a Carr Rambler.

    I plugged both amps into either an Analogman Analog Delay or a Line DL4 whether they were on or not.

    If I used an overdrive it was either an old Menatone Blue Collar, Analogman silver modded tube screamer, or just pushing the amps gain with the volume knob on my mandolin.

    The reverb came from the Carr.

    best,

    Andrew
    Last edited by ahmandolin; Jun-26-2019 at 4:52pm.

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    Excellent. Thanks so much, Andrew. Wonderful equipment you’ve got!
    Bruce

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