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Alan Vorse
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Alan Vorse

from Minneapolis, Minnesota

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  • About

    Home Page:
    Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Current Setup:
    Fender MIJ Fretless Jazz Bass
    Fender MIJ E Series Precision
    Fender Marcus Miller Jazz Bass
    Johannes Kohr K/64 Upright w/Realist pickup
    TC Electronic BG250 Amp.
    GORM Pedalboard from IKEA featuring:
    Boss FV50H Volume Pedal
    Boss TU-2 Tuner
    Boss PSM-5 Power Supply/Master Switch
    Boss OC-2 Octave
    Boss PS-5 Super Shifter
    Behringer UV300 Ultra Vibrato
    Boss SYB-3 Synth Bass
    Boss DS-1 Distortion
    Line 6 DL4 Delay Modeller
    Digitech JAMMAN Solo
    Screen door spring from Home Depot
    "Voice Changer" megaphone toy
    Favorite Genres:
    Rock 1966-1996, Progressive Jazz, R&B, Soul, Funk, Early Hip Hop, Drum 'n' Bass, Ambient, Dub Reggae, Afrobeat, Experimental, Free Jazz, Free Funk, Pop music before 1990, Early Country music...
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    THOMAS KIVI - THOMAS KIVI-thomaskivi.bandcamp.com/- Folk/Roots/Singer-Songwriter. ART FOR HUNTING www.artforhunting.com/- Experimental Fusion.
    Influences and Teachers:
    INFL: Muzz Skillings, James Jamerson, Chuck Rainey, Jerry Jemmott, Donald "Duck" Dunn, Willie Weeks, Me'shell N'Degeocello, Larry Graham, Bootsy Collins, Tony Levin, Melvin Gibbs, Mick Karn, Squarepusher, Ray Brown, Dave Holland, Tom "T-Bone" Wolk, Bakithi Kumalo...

    Jimi Hendrix, Vernon Reid, Adrian Belew, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, David Torn, Eric Dolphy, Nels Cline...
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Classic Films, Classic TV, Basketball, The Onion.


    "I don't think equipment is high on the list! It still comes down to WHAT NOTES one chooses to play and to HOW ONE TOUCHES THE INSTRUMENT"-Nels Cline