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  • About

    Home page:
    http://www.myspace.com/balderdashandhumbug
    Location:
    Toronto, Canada
    Current Setup:
    *Basses*
    F bass BN5
    Warwick Alien Acoustic Bass
    NS Design WAV 4
    Custom Warmoth/Moses Precision Bass
    Fender Highway One P-Bass
    Czech Acoustic Upright
    Hohner B fretless
    Jerry Jones Longhorn (retired)

    *Amps*
    Avid Eleven Rack (Live and Recording)
    Trace Elliot Valve Preamp (Live)
    SansAmp Bass Driver DI (Live)
    Ampeg B-15 Portaflex (Recording)

    *Effects*
    Boss Loopstation
    TC Electronics Corona Chorus, Flashback Delay, Spark Booster, Polytune
    EHX Bass Microsynth, MicroPOG, Freeze
    Bass Crybaby

    *Misc*
    Fender Stratocaster (MIJ)
    Ken Liscombe Custom Jazz Guitar
    Parker Nightfly Guitar
    Larrivee OM-3 Acoustic Guitar
    Alesis Q6 Synth

    Toybox (used to broaden my palette)
    Omnichord
    Epiphone Thunderbird
    Bass POD
    Morley WASP
    Sovtek Big Muff
    Danelectro Cool Cat Chorus
    Ibanez DL-10 Digital Delay
    Line 6 DL4 Delay Modeler
    DOD FX25 Envelope Filter
    Elextrix Warp Factory Vocoder
    Moog Etherwave Theremin
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    Solo, bloodwood., Balderdash and Humbug, The System
    Previously Owned Gear:
    Yamaha RB250
    Rickenbacker 4003
    Ibanez SR505
    Chapman Stick
    Fender Geddy Lee Jazz Bass
    Ibanez BTB 676
    G.A.S. List:
    A decently transparent stereo preamp with stereo DI outs.
    Influences and Teachers:
    Geddy Lee, Tony Levin, Nick Beggs, Trip Wamsley, Steve Lawson, Bryan Beller, Scott Thunes, John Entwistle, John Paul Jones, Roger Waters, Paul McCartney, Victor Wooten.
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Photography.

    Signature

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    Imagination is more important than knowledge. - A Einstein
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