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scottfeldstein
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West Bend, Wisconsin
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director of product management at GrandCare Sytems

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scottfeldstein

Male, 46, from West Bend, Wisconsin

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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Oct 4, 1968 (Age: 46)
    Home Page:
    http://endlessblue.bandcamp.com/album/move-on
    Location:
    West Bend, Wisconsin
    Occupation:
    director of product management at GrandCare Sytems
    Current Setup:
    Ibanez: Soundgear SR505

    Gallien-Krueger: MB500, Neo 212-II

    Source Audio: Manta Bass Filter, Programmable EQ

    Aguilar: Agro

    MXR: M87 Bass Compressor, Carbon Copy
    Favorite Genres:
    trip-hop, electronic, world beat, trance, ambient house, synth pop, funk
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    Endless Blue
    Previously Owned Gear:
    Lots
    G.A.S. List:
    A pair of Greenboy-designed 12 cabs.
    Influences and Teachers:
    Geddy Lee, Steve Harris, Geezer Butler, John Paul Jones, John Entwistle, Sting, plus everyone who ever slapped a bass in the 80s
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Cooking, cooking shows, Doctor Who, Top Gear, The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones. Technology.
    I started playing bass when I was about 13 because my cousin was taking guitar lessons. Aside from a brief dalliance with weed and theater, it was my only real interest until I went to college. I never took a lesson and never learned to read properly. Probably should have. I did play in a lot of bands, though. Had my first gig as a freshman in high school. I gave up music when I was in my early 30s, only to pick it up again in my early 40s. Today I'm writing and recording with my friends as Endless Blue: West Bend, Wisconsin's best (and only) trip hop group. Aside from recording in the home studio, we do fun little gigs on the outdoor patios of our favorite bars and restaurants in town. Occasionally we get a hipper gig in Milwaukee. On even rarer occasions we might open for a big group in Minneapolis.

    So anyway, look me up on facebook or linkedin.

    Adios, amoebas!

    Signature

    Listen to Endless Blue's new album, Move On
    Ibanez > MXR, Source Audio, Aguilar > Gallien-Krueger​