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    Southwest Virginia
    Current Setup:
    An unattributed flat back/carved top double-bass circa 1850.
    An unattributed laminated European (pre WW2 Germany) bass, fractional sized, long scale,
    Englehardt EM-1

    2007 Rick Turner Electroline 535-PMM,
    2010 Rick Turner Renaissance RB5 Standard,
    2013 Rick Turner Renaissance RB5 Custom Fretless,
    2001 Godin SD-5,
    2001 Godin A5 fretless,
    1989 Alembic "Persuader" 5-string,
    1987 Gibson Bass V,
    1967 Kalamazoo KB bass (Gibson EB-0)

    Mesa-Boogie WalkAbout
    Crate Acoustic CA125,
    Yorkville/Traynor 50,
    DTar Equinox preamp,
    ART Tube V preamp

    Mesa Scout 12 (2)
    Mesa Scout 15
    Flite 12

    Effects Pedals:
    MXR M83 Chorus Deluxe,
    MXR M87 Compressor,
    MXR 10-band EQ
    Boss Bass Chorus CE-3,
    Boss Phaser
    Favorite Genres:
    whatever jam I'm playing at the time... I just love to play, doesn't matter much what kind of music.
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    Have basses, will travel...
    Previously Owned Gear:
    I tend to keep gear forever... or abandon it at rest stops.
    G.A.S. List:
    An old Alembic Series 1 or 2... eventually. (but a Distillate fiver would do...)
    Influences and Teachers:
    John McVie, Rick Danko, Mark Schatz, Edgar Meyer, Victor Wooten, Stanley Clarke, George Hawkins, Viktor Krauss, and of course, Mark "Rabbit" Ramsey and Jerry Steinberg! Tal Wilkenfeld... well, she just ROCKS!
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Is there anything else...?
    Formerly a full-time player, active from 1994-2001. These days, just a fairly busy guy working a Monday thru Friday 8-5 job, meanwhile trying to maintain a decent rep as a "weekend warrior" bassist. Never experienced "the burnout"... I still love to play, and gigging with a wide variety of ensembles around Southwest Virginia affords me a way to keep my chops up, and a means for acquiring really nice gear I could never afford as a musician.


    "Well... because the bassline is kinda' what I do." ~John McVie