Lazylion
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Lazylion

Goin ahead on wit my bad self!, 59, from Frederick MD USA

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  • About

    Birthday:
    Aug 5, 1955 (Age: 59)
    Location:
    Frederick MD USA
    Current Setup:
    Fender Precision w/QP3
    Spector NS4 CRFM
    Fender MIA Jazz 5
    Ibanez Roadstar II
    Squier 70s VM Jazz

    "Anemic F-1X" & QSC
    Hartke 3500
    JBL 1x15
    Carvin 1x18
    Hartke 4x10
    Avatar 1x12

    Ashdown MAG 300 2x10 combo
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    Marsh Brothers band (Original rock, reggae & folk), the Woo-Yeahs (alt.country)
    G.A.S. List:
    Fodera 5
    Sadowsky 5
    Warwick Infinity 5
    Epiphone Jack Casady
    Rick 5
    Gibson EB-O
    anything made by Jens Ritter
    giant Trace Elliott rig
    Somebody else to carry it all to the gig!
    Influences and Teachers:
    Early on: Paul McCartney above all. And he got a lot of his stuff from James Jamerson, although I didn't know that til much later. Also Jack Casady, John Paul Jones, Jack Bruce, John Entwistle, Phil Lesh & The Grateful Dead, Chris Squire, Tiran Porter (Doobie Bros), Lee Sklar, Roger Glover, John Lodge, all the great Motown players, all the great L.A. Wrecking Crew players, Mel Schacher (Grand Funk Railroad), Kenny Gradney, all the guys who played with Zappa, and on and on..
    Then I discovered Jaco. Still get a lot of inspiration from what he left us. Also Stanley Clarke on the School Days & Journey To Love albums.
    These days my favorite is Victor Wooten. Also Les Claypool & Bootsy. But one guy I never get tired of... George Porter Jr. of the Meters. Also gotta mention Tony Hall on the Neville Brothers' "Live On Planet Earth". He's now with Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk. Love that greasy New Orleans funk!!!!!

    Signature

    "If you don't have the bass, it's like being amputated. It's like you had no legs." -Lou Reed

    Country Bassist Club #11(Please don't play A-11)
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