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He made an archilaud (an oversized, wavy-sided Spanish lute) for Jackson Browne and a baritone guitar for singer/songwriter Leni Stern (who wanted a lower-pitched acoustic guitar so that her strumming wouldn't be in the same range as her singing).
Guitarist Bob Metzger's skilled meanderings and chopped strums are accented by Spanish multi-instrumentalist Javier Mas, who switches between bandurria, laud, archilaud and 12-string guitar, providing a key element of Cohen's signature early sound.
Spanish instrumentalist Javier Mas gave the band an added dimension on guitar, bandurria, laud, and archilaud (variants of the oud).
The Spanish musician Javier Mas 'exquisite playing of the barnduria, laud, archilaud and the 12-string guitar gives the folk-based originals, such as "Who By the Fire" and "Suzanne," a Middle Eastern, Balkan and Mediterranean edge
(who sing lead on "If It Be Your Will" late in the set) and Spanish multi-instrumentalist Javier Mas (who plays the 12-string guitar and traditional Spanish instruments the bandurria, the laud and the archilaud during the course of the evening).