Bredian
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Bredian

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well, there is that pesky day job May 6, 2014

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    1. Bredian
      Bredian
      well, there is that pesky day job
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Home Page:
    http://unlicensedtherapyband.com/
    Current Setup:
    Main gigging stuff
    A pair of rebuilt Epiphone EBMs
    EBM #1 Pelham Blue, upgraded w EMG pjx set & active preamp system, Aurora nitro tangerine strings
    EBM #2 Black, upgraded w Entwistle PJ neo set w active preamp system, DR Neon HiDef White strings
    Carvin BX1500
    Genz Benz 210 Neo
    BFM Tuba 24 Sub (a rare option)
    Pedal Train w/ Tuner, Line 6 G30 Wireless, Electro Harminx phase, Big Muff Pi.
    Speakon cables

    Under Construction
    BFM Simplex 15

    Fender Precision Lyte
    Epiphone (#143) Explorer

    GK MB 115 (2) one with Eminence Basslite C2515
    Whatever bass gear I can borrow from the 20 year old (Ibanez SRX 280 & Ampeg SVT Pro7 + 810 amp; SR 500, Cort w various detunings, Stringray, FGN, etc )

    Some guitar gear, dating back 30+ years
    ES 335 TDC '68
    Ampeg G 100
    Late 70s Electro Harminix phase shifter
    Favorite Genres:
    Rock, horn bands
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    Unlicensed Therapy, Previously - Red Radio, Rip-Offs, Steve Franklin Band,
    Previously Owned Gear:
    Spector Q5
    Hagstrom HB 8
    GK Backline 112 combo
    GK BLX 410s
    Fender Bassman 50
    Fender Twin
    Fender Strat
    Aria Dreadnought
    Sears (solid body electric and amp)
    Various sousaphones, trumpets
    G.A.S. List:
    Spector USA 35, a nice formal looking Jazz, a new PA sounding rig.
    Influences and Teachers:
    McCartney, Cetera,

    Signature

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    Three teenagers to tell me how stupid I am so I don't need you piling on....
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