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MrBKerth
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Student, Warehouse Systems Support Specialist

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MrBKerth

Bass Player with Big Local, Male, from Texas

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"needing" new gear, but knowing if it is any better you'll be the only one who hears it, and you still MUST have it anyways. Dec 1, 2014

MrBKerth was last seen:
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    1. MrBKerth
      MrBKerth
      "needing" new gear, but knowing if it is any better you'll be the only one who hears it, and you still MUST have it anyways.
    2. MrBKerth
      MrBKerth
      There's gotta be a better classification for a band than "Progressive Avant-Garde Rock", but that's all I can think of as my bands genre.
    3. MrBKerth
      MrBKerth
      Starting new bands is hard as hell. I can't be the only one who feels like things get easier after the 1st gig.
    4. MrBKerth
      MrBKerth
      20 and at a house party...... all I can think about is the minute adjustments I want to make when I get home
    5. MrBKerth
      MrBKerth
      Studying for my last final with my bass, the classifieds, a beer, and dinner. :D
    6. MrBKerth
      MrBKerth
      GAS as per usual. UGH
    7. MrBKerth
      MrBKerth
      Can't sleep because I'm too busy thinking of bass mods I wish I had the money to do.
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    8. MrBKerth
      MrBKerth
      Currently picking to focus on gigs instead of on my final exams.
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Home Page:
    https://www.facebook.com/BigLocalBand
    Location:
    Texas
    Occupation:
    Student, Warehouse Systems Support Specialist
    Current Setup:
    2008 G&L L2000 (Tribute)
    2011 Fender American Standard Jazz
    1990's Fender Bassman 300 Pro
    Carvin BR115 (2) at 8 ohms
    Teisco Del Ray (73?)
    Favorite Genres:
    Rock, Ska, Blues, Jazz, Metal, Punk, Some electronica.
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    Big Local
    Previously Owned Gear:
    1972 Fender Bassman 50 Head and matching cab
    1965 Fender Bassman 50 Head and Matching Cab
    G&L Custom Shop SB-1
    Peavey BXBW 115
    Ibanez Iceman
    Fender 62' Reissue
    Avatar 2x10 Neo Cab
    Ibanez RG20
    Schecter C-1 Hellraiser
    Raven 20 Watt
    Line 6 Spider IV 150
    2010 Ibanez RG700
    G.A.S. List:
    Fender Aerodyne PJ
    Aguilar DB751
    An anti grav machine to save my back from the Bassman 300
    Acoustic 360
    Influences and Teachers:
    John Paul Jones
    Geddy Lee
    John Entwistle
    Jaco Pastorius
    Marcus Miller
    Etc. . .
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Reading, Fishing
    Available for Instruction?:
    • Bass Guitar Instruction
    Teaching Credentials:
    I have some experience giving lessons. Not formal, but enough to get a budding bassist headed in the right direction.
    I'm just an early 20's bassist hoping that music will save me from a desk job. I know that the chances are infinitely slim, but I know that I don't need much in the way of material things to be happy. I've worked cubicle jobs, factory jobs, labor jobs, and IT jobs, but nothing feels as right as music.

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    Bassist Heavy Progressive Art Rock band Big Local