#1
So I've been offered a real good deal on an electric mandolin. I was wondering; is it at all possible to run it through my electric amp through my pedals and get, dare I say it, a br00tal mandolin sound? Or am I just high?
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#2
One way to find out.
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John Entwistle once in a while. I had to try to find him when I saw The Who two years ago.


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butthose bagpipes sound awesome.
#3
theres no reason why it shouldnt...

im fucking jealous right now.

im wondering how it would go with a harmoniser set an octave down...
yo.

I BELIEVE
#4
Well, I don't lose anything by trying, right? Now I just need $500.
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#5
Anyone want to talk me out of it? I'm seriously thinking that if it works, I may just give up guitar and become the world's first punk mandolin player.
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#6
Gigged with a guy who put his violin through guitar stuff. Great sounds. I use an accoustic mandolin for recording and add some FX post production sometimes. Phasing and chorus are nice. Delay can be awesome.
#8
I heard it once and never wanted to hear it again. Sounded bloody terrible to me.

Every man to his own though...