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Male, from St. Louis, MO
OMG! I get to be a for-real musician for a fuggin JOB! Oct 25, 2014
- Remyd was last seen:
- [On BYO]Viewing thread Ash and Acrylic Bass Guitar Body Build, Nov 27, 2014 at 8:56 AM
- December 31
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- St. Louis, MO
- Project Manager
- Current Setup:
- Ibby SR200, Laughable practice amp, broken DI, useless KB100 PA
- Favorite Genres:
- Blues, Jazz, Folk, Country,
- Gigs and Ensembles:
- Potluck - 4 pc contemporary jazz-folk
- Previously Owned Gear:
- Variety of double basses, Peavey T-40, about a dozen combos that never quite worked correctly
- G.A.S. List:
Zoom B3 or MS60 for Effects and/or a new DI
An amp that has some beef, pants-flapping not necessary
Considering a new style 2x10, but I really like 1x15's still
Some PA gear - this keyboard amp is some BS!
- Influences and Teachers:
- Paul Chambers, Charlie Mingus, James Jamerson, Ron Carter, Michael Rhodes, and Charlie Hayden
I'm Jeremy and I play Blues, Jazz, Folk, and Country bass.
I'm 35 years old (been playing for 20+) with a 9-5 day job. I read charts and lead sheets, can improvise, sight read, and have a classical theory education. Influences are the likes of Paul Chambers, Charlie Mingus, James Jamerson, Ron Carter, Michael Rhodes, and Charlie Hayden. I also know a couple hundred jazz, blues, and country standards and have fakebooks for the rest.
After 8 years of classical training, I majored in music history (for a while) in college and got a (partial) jazz performance scholarship to a midwestern college with a great music department. A little jazz, some blues jams, a couple bar-friendly rock shows, and some private lessons turned into very, very, very little money after that and I decided that if I wanted to eat at somewhere more elegant than McDonalds someday, I'd have to switch to business. Replaced the essential gear recently, dusted off the chops, and I *think* I've been able to get enough of the arpeggios back that I finally feel comfortable saying "I'm a musician" again.
Newest project is a 4 pc contemporary jazz/folk ensemble named Potluck. As of Summer 2014, we're just starting to get out and about in the St. Louis area.
There's no money above the seventh fret!
SignatureThere ain't no money above the 7th fret | "Now go forth and be funky." | @remydaad - twitter of ongoing musical chagrin