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    Current Setup:
    Gibson Flying V (2012) Limited Edition Red, Baked Maple FB, 30.5" two Thunderbird humbuckers

    Gibson SG Bass (2013) Heritage Cherry, Sg neck bucker, mini bucker bridge, 30.5", Baked maple FB. Mahogany, Trapezoid inlays, MOP Gibson and holly head inlay.

    C.F. Martin Stinger 1988 PJ SB10. Maple neck, Maple FB, Cream body. - This one bounced back in a trade deal (they got an Epi SG special from me) and I am likely to trade it in at some point

    Peavy TNT 115 Combo amp
    Favorite Genres:
    60's Garage, 70's Punk, Psychedelic, Rockabilly
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    By myself in front of the stereo, With my 10 year old on drums
    Previously Owned Gear:
    Dean Edge (EMG HZ Jazz)90's?

    Aria "ripper clone" 70's ? 80's?

    Global J-bass (Montgomery Wards) 1970's

    Godin Feeway 4 (2010) PJ passive natural maple/rosewood fretboard 34"

    Fender American Special Jazz (2009) 3TSB Black PG RW Fret Board 34"
    G.A.S. List:
    Musicman Big Al (3 Pup)

    Gretsch White Falcon

    Gibson EB

    Vox -Bill Wyman

    Vox Phantom

    Early Gibson T-bird
    Influences and Teachers:
    Bill Wyman, John Entwistle, Donald Duck Dunn, Larry Graham, Flea, John Doe
    Hobbies and Interests:
    British Motorcycles, horticulture, herpetology
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