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    Current Setup:
    Ampeg SVT-3 Pro, Ampeg 810E cabinet, Ernie Ball Musicman Stingray (3 EQ) in Sparkle blue. Spectraflex Cables, Digitech bass Squeeze and Sansamp BDDI Programable. Heavily Modified OLP MM-2 Bass (Custom Finish, Bartolini P pick up installed, and other odds and ends...), blue flamed maple Guild pilot 4 string (pie server headstock), Hondo (Did so much work on it, it now plays like a LEGITIMATE INSTRUMENT! =P) acoustic/electric bass, Squier Jazz bass (in pieces), Ibanez Ergodyne EDB 600 (also in pieces...)

    And... plenty of other things I can't think of right now!
    Previously Owned Gear:
    Kustom 410H Cabinet: Sold it when I bought my 810E (had no need for it). SICK speaker cabinet... Awesome bass response, built TOUGH and was more than I could ever asked for. The cons: Bigger than most 4x10's (but that is the reason I feel it sounded so much better) so its bulk and hard to move around, 8ohm impedance limited the amount of wattage I could push through it... Would've been nice if it was wired at 4 ohms.

    Fender BXR 200 Head: Very nice sounding solidstate bass head. 200 watt's at 4 ohms. Had excellent built in chorus and the EQ section was superb. Cons: only 200 watts... while that was a LOUD 200 watts, it still was very lacking in large venues. I bought mine used 4 years ago, and it was beat to hell then... this held up very very well for the time I had it, but started to loose power twoards the end of the time I owned it (probably just normal wear in tear in the amp). Pick one up if you can!

    Behringer BX3000HD: Behringer has the reputation they do for a good reason. Lax business ethics and poor quality do have an effect on a product after all. BE THAT AS IT MAY: This head is NOT top of the line, but it does allow You to have a decent sound at a reasonable price. I used one for the better part of a year (was loaned to me by a friend), and while It wasn't the most beautiful sound, It did get the job done.
    Influences and Teachers:
    #2 of Anti-Flag, Roger from Less Than Jake, Steve Harris of Iron Maiden, Justin Chancellor of Tool, Tim Commerford of RATM, Matt Freeman from his Operation Ivy days (I don't much dig Rancid),

    Signature

    EBMM Stingray 4 String in Stratus Blue Sparkle, EBMM Dargie Delight Sterling H/S
    Official Ampeg Club Member 162