A Minute of E Mando

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    • #3236

      30 November, CapNO Laon, France.
      Les Caves Se Rebiffent (9 bands, one night)

      A Minute of E Mando: (a little St Anne & Whiskey Before Breakfast)

      Julien is coming along, but I gotta get him sorted on a boom-chuck rhythm.  😉


    • #3237

      Well that looked like a whole lotta fun.  Sounding good Daniel

    • #3238
      Old 97

      The Mando has a Garcia sound to it. You playing any Dead Tunes?

    • #3239

      Daniel….it may be time for you to consider this……Your Mando is sounding Very Gypsy like .

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    • #3242

      Thanks gents!

      For that tune I was going straight through the pedal board with nothing engaged and into a Marshall MG30CFX.  The Marshall was mic’d.

      I use ONLY the clean channel on that amp.  The rest are rubbish.  But I crank both the gain and the volume all the way up and adjust the break-up by adjusting the master volume.  Julien thinks I play too loud. 😉

      So when I go to chords, you can hear just a tiny little bit of overdrive.  I backed off a bit after the third chord so I wouldn’t step on Julien’s melody playing.

      That particular emando has a Kent Armstrong humbucking pickup hanging on the end of the fretboard, and it’s fully acoustic in construction rather than chambered.  A real Jazz box.  So it was designed for as warm as sound as possible for a soprano instrument.  Which is all probably why it sounds Garcia-like.

      Depending on the song I add some more overdrive, a bit of compression, a bit of mid-range EQ boost, or a straight boost.  When we play “Wish You Were Here” I use an octave pedal for the melody bits.

      I get a Trey Anastasio sound when adding a bit of compression and overdrive.  🙂



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