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    Default Bluegrass Stomp with mando and octave

    My buddy and I playing as a mando duo for fun. Beside mandolins we both play octave but in this video just one octave

    https://youtu.be/vrMYpk0mI6w
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    Default Re: Bluegrass Stomp with mando and octave

    Fantastic. A great way to spend a cold winter night: fireplace and mandolins.

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    Default Re: Bluegrass Stomp with mando and octave

    Really nice.

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    Default Re: Bluegrass Stomp with mando and octave

    Well played!
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    Default Re: Bluegrass Stomp with mando and octave

    Nice sound and you got a great balance without close mic'ing the instruments. With wood stove heat I bet you're doing some serious humidification.

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    Default Re: Bluegrass Stomp with mando and octave

    Well done!

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