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oddeotek
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oddeotek

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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Sammamish, WA
    Current Setup:
    1989 Spector NS2a - This Kramer-era bass is in white and weighs just under 8 pounds. I'm using it a lot more now since it is a tone monster and just feels so nice to play.

    2003 Spector Euro 4 - A beautiful but heavy bass that usually just hangs on the wall in my studio. This thing has volume, and sustain for days but I still find myself gravitating towards my NS2a or the OLP. I bought it because I've always wanted one and the build quality is legendary.

    Steinberger L2 - Totally 80s but it's such a classic I can't even think of selling it. It still turns a lot of heads when I take it to a gig as well as generating a lot of "How do you tune it?" inquiries.

    SUB SB4 by Sterling. My latest bass. I found this one "used" at my local GC for $169 and, after putting some nice flats on it, it is one of the most comfortable and punchy basses I have ever owned. I actually liked the way it played over the $1800 Music Man that it was hanging next to.

    New Warwick Rock Bass Streamer - Another low priced bass that just felt right. I played a dozen more expensive basses in my local bass store that just didn't feel or sound as good. 6.6lbs! Fast, thin neck too. The only bass that I currently,own that was purchased new.

    OLP SB4 (Spector Design) I have bought a dozen much more expensive basses in the last 4 years but keep coming back to this one. The neck on it reminds me of the Rick that I owned back in the early 80's and it sounds like the 75' Precision that I owned right after that. The best $135.00 I ever spent!

    2- Hartke Kickback 15's (each modified to be a separate amp and speaker cab) that I run together to make a cool little stack. Unfortunately, I find it personally necessary to modify just about every piece of gear that I own - it's not just a hobby, it's a curse.

    A Hartke Kickback 12 that I picked up for $100. I haven't modified this one......yet. These are great little amps and get a tone that I like. Hook all three of them up and it's a party on stage.
    Favorite Genres:
    Classic and Progressive Rock
    Previously Owned Gear:
    I've been playing since 1963 and have owned over 50 basses (Vox, Fender, Steinberger, Ibanez, Gibson, Spector, Ampeg, Crucianelli, Rickenbacker, Vantage, Sterling, Hamer, Warwick and Yamaha) and 20 different amps (Silvertone, Vox, Fender, Hartke, Ampeg, Acoustic, Sunn, Marshall, AMP, GK, Peavey and Yamaha). I find it funny and a little sad that I owned a LOT of now-classic equipment when it was new.
    G.A.S. List:
    A huge-sounding small amp (damn those laws of physics) and a comfortable, lightweight bass with great, classic tone. I'm very close to that with my current rig though...
    Influences and Teachers:
    Paul McCartney, Chris Squire, Dave Hope and Andy Fraser were my influences in the past but there are some amazing young bassists now doing things that blow me away. I'm really impressed with Henrik Linder of Dirty Loops, an ultra-tight Swedish group with incredible vocals and musicianship.
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Singer/Emmy-winning Composer and Sound Engineer

    Signature

    "All your bass are belong to me"