“I got a mandolin from Clifford Essex and it was a beautiful round body thing. I started working on that then, but I didn’t play it until I started in ‘71 with this band. Unfortunately. I took it to the States on tour and the heat made the glue come apart and the neck folded up. It probably could be repaired. It’s laziness or lack of time or something that I never got it repaired, but I liked the sound of it. It had a nice deep body and extra volume.”
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