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    July 27
    San Juan Bautista, CA 95045
    Current Setup:
    '74 Gibson Les Paul Triumph Bass
    '71 Lyle B730 25" shortscale
    Hartke 400W Head
    Gallien-Krueger 15", Hartke 410 XL
    Favorite Genres:
    Mainly comfortable playing Blues, Rock & Motown but have filled in on a few fun Country gigs. Working on mastering funk, but jazz still escapes me after 30 years! LOL
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    Recording & occasional gigs (semi-retired)
    Previously Owned Gear:
    64 Silvertone Danelectro Bass (my first bass)
    72 Gibson Les Paul Triumph Bass
    2001 Ibanez BTB 40 5 string
    2000 Epiphone Les Paul 5 string
    '71 Gibson SB 400
    Trace Elliott 400
    Sonic Maximizer
    Rack Mount Line 6 Bass Pod Pro
    Hartke 15XL
    G.A.S. List:
    My Customized '72 Gibson Les Paul Triumph Bass
    with Strawberry/Honey Sunburst finish, Ebony Fingerboard, MOP inlay, Gold hardware.
    Sold it 12 years ago...Miss it....
    Influences and Teachers:
    Top of list, James Jamerson, Bob Babbitt, McCartney, Chris Squire, Rocco Prestia
    ...MANY others.
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Full Contact Origami


    Official Short Scale Bass Club member #367

    "No one wanted to play bass. In our minds he was the fat guy who played at the back." -Paul McCartney
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