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    Current Setup:
    1978 Fender Precision Bass
    4-String Musicman Stingray
    Custom 4-string Fender Jaguar Bass
    Fender Acoustic Bass
    Ibanez 1206 6-string Bass
    Ibanez Ergodyne 700

    Ampeg SVT 4 Pro
    Ampeg 8x10
    Ampeg 4x10 Pro Series

    Band Pedalboard:
    Dunlop DVP-1
    Zoom MS60B
    NPMP Glitter Fuzz
    Joyo Ultimate Drive
    MSLP Valaryian Doom Deluxe
    MXR M-80 DI/Distortion
    MXR Carbon Copy
    Boss PH-3 Phase Shifter
    T-Rex Sweeper Bass Chorus
    Boss LS-2 Line Selector

    Electro Pedalboard:
    DOD Milkbox Compressor
    ZOOM B3
    Wounded Paw Blender V3
    Morley Dual Bass Wah
    Mark Bass Super Synth
    Digitech Jamman Delay
    Source Audio BEF Pro - HH3
    Source Audio Multiwave Bass Distortion 2
    [Recovery] Sound Destruction Device
    [Recovery] Bad Comrade
    DigiTech TimeBender
    Fuzzrocious Ram The Manparts
    Line 6 M5
    Korg KP3

    Electro-Harmonix Bass Big Muff Pi
    NPMP Juice Boost
    NPMP Cock-Tails
    G.A.S. List:
    SVT Classic Head, Mesa Walkabout, Goatkeeper GK3, Empress Compressor, EHX POG, Carvin Custom Shop 5 String
    Influences and Teachers:
    Tommy Stinson. John Paul Jones, Paul Simonon, anyone who plays for the stage!


    "Let's get weird, son!"