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    Default Mandolin Orange: Music at the Mansion

    this may have already made its round, but here you go

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wqWBth_rLgw


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    Default Re: Mandolin Orange: Music at the Mansion

    I have been obsessed with their music of late. I highly recommend their Live at Fraser YouTube video as well.
    The Loar LM600VS

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    Default Re: Mandolin Orange: Music at the Mansion

    At the risk of overstating the obvious- that Loar sounds absolutely great in Andrew's hands.

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    Default Re: Mandolin Orange: Music at the Mansion

    First and foremost, I absolutely love the music they make, and I'll watch every video and go to every show I can. That being said, while I agree the Loar does sound great, to my ears the Gilchrist matched their music better. That's an audience perspective and Andrew probably has a very different player perspective, which I totally understand.

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    Default Re: Mandolin Orange: Music at the Mansion

    You know, I watch this video and find myself more drawn to the music when it's just the two of them. Not that I think the band is anything but stellar, just that the key to their magic is the dynamic between those two. Andrew has certainly been writing for a band the past couple albums, and he's really good at it, but I miss the intimacy of the duo.

    Emily isn't playing enough fiddle, lately, too...

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