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MEKer

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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Ohio
    Current Setup:
    Laney MXD120H guitar head
    Laney RB9 head
    Laney 4x10 bottom
    Fender Rumble 1x15 combo
    Marshall 30W studio

    1981 Washburn SB-40 bass (2 of them)
    1982 Washburn SB-40EQ bass
    1983 Washburn Force 40 bass
    1984 Washburn BBR Chicago Force 40 bass
    2008 Langcaster Bass (35,000 year old body wood)
    2009 Washburn DB-30 bass

    Digitech Grunge Distortion
    MXR Phase 90
    MXR Bass D.I.
    Dunlop Bass Wah
    Boss BF2
    Boss Blues Driver
    Ibanez FZ7 Fuzz
    Boss CEB-3 Chorus
    Modtone SpeedBox Distortion
    Dunlop gray nylon .73mm and .88mm picks
    Favorite Genres:
    Satriani-style rock, Carleton-style jazz
    Previously Owned Gear:
    Galion-Krueger bass bottoms (Folded Horn)
    various Sunn, Ampeg and Peavey amps
    Laney 4x12 bottom
    Furman Parametric EQ
    Crown 500W heads
    Rickenbacker 4001 basses (1969 and 1971)
    Fender Precision bass (1972)
    Vox Bass Fuzz/Wah
    Langcaster Guitar
    Washburn B-20 Stage Bass (1980)
    Gibson SG copy guitar(1971)
    MoogerFoogers (Ring Mod and Bass Moogerfoooger)
    other stuff can't even remember
    G.A.S. List:
    too much
    As Washburn Member #44-- I want every SB-40 I can find!
    Influences and Teachers:
    Billy Sheehan, Les Claypool, Mel Schacher, Leo Lyons
    Hobbies and Interests:
    researching 1978-1986 Washburn basses,philately, enormously avid reader (history+science)

    Signature

    Napalm---the best solution for so many problems.
    Washburn Club, #44
    If it ain't Washburn, it may not be cool.
    Juan Matus--Where are you when I need you?