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EdHunter

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  • About

    Birthday:
    September 4
    Location:
    Dublin
    Current Setup:
    2007 Epiphone Thunderbird, with D'Addario ECB84
    2009 Fender Precision Active Special, black/rosewood/mirror, with Rotosound SM66N
    2010 Fender Kingman, with D'Addario EXP PBB170
    Marshall MB450h+410c, Marshall MB30, Marshall MS2
    Dunlop Cry Baby Bass 105Q
    Electro Harmonix Bass Big Muff
    Favorite Genres:
    NWOBHM, Classic Rock, Prog, Jazz, Thrash, Romantic Era
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    Mötörchöpf (dead), T-Reich (extinct), Lowbreed (on a roll), The HEadlights/Al Dente (on hold), school music class (so dull it hurts)
    G.A.S. List:
    Seymour Duncan SPB-1 for the Fender
    Rickenbacker 4003
    Gibson EB-3L
    Lakland JO
    Influences and Teachers:
    Steve Harris, Geezer Butler, Geddy Lee, John Entwistle, Lemmy, Algy Ward, Cliff Burton, Phil Lynott, Roger Glover
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Reading, song writing, PS3, football (Shrewsbury Town FC and FC Zürich), watching movies

    Signature

    Making other guys look good since '93.
    Thunderbird Club, Fender P Club, Med.BC, Brit.BC, Met.BC, Public Transport, Old Basstard
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