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    Birthday:
    November 27
    Home page:
    http://flashbackbrothers.com/Band/band.html
    Location:
    Utah
    Occupation:
    Bassist/Composer/Support Analyst at SirsiDynix
    Current Setup:
    New York Bass Works Concert fretless 6
    - reinforced maple/pau ferro neck
    - red alder body with figured claro walnut top
    - Hipshot light tuners and A-style bridge
    - passive NYBW/Seymour Duncan single-coils
    Currently La Bella extra long 'White' Nylon (smooth, organic, growly)
    Thomastik-Infeld Jazz Flats (articulate, lots of mids, great in the mix))

    New York Bass Works Deep Jazz fretted 6
    - reinforced maple/madagascar rosewood neck
    - solid red alder body / sunburst
    - Hipshot light tuners and A-style bridge
    - passive NYBW/Seymour Duncan single-coils
    Thomastik-Infeld Superalloys
    D'Addario EXL Super Long (w/XL 28w for C)

    Warwick Rockbass Deluxe 6-string acoustic bass guitar w/DR RARE 6-string phosphor bronze (No longer functions - frets and neck buzzing all over)

    Evidence Audio Lyric and Lyric HG cables (the best for passive basses, getting resoldered though)

    Radial ToneBone BassBone A/B/Bass preamp/DI
    Genz Benz Streamliner 900
    Avatar TB153 3-way w/DeltaLite 15 (nearful)

    Korg 01/w FD keyboard/music workstation/sequencer.

    Cafe Walter HA-1 headphone amp - awesome even as a gig preamp

    Digitech JamMan Stereo looper - very nice, extra GB of memory
    Previously Owned Gear:
    Zon Sonus Special fretted 6-string (a real player).

    Elrick fretted 6-string bolt-on, maple/ebony neck, ash/figured maple body (great voice).

    Carvin fretless 6-string 5-ply neck thru koa/maple/oil; EMG DC mag plus ABM piezo bridge.

    G&L L-5500 5-string (stock EMG DCs)

    Raven Labs PMB-II (Master Blender)
    Mesa/Boogie WalkAbout (portable tone!, low headroom)

    Avatar CB112 cabs
    Euphonic Audio CXL-112L

    Jack Read Custom Bass Purity tube preamp w/custom dual passive inputs and A/B switch (never should have let this go)

    Acoustic Image Clarus 2R Series III

    2 Schroeder Mini 10+ R 4 ohm (have 8 ohm neo versions now).

    Genz Benz Shuttle 6.0

    2 Schroeder Mini 10+ L (8 ohm)
    Stewart World 1.2
    G.A.S. List:
    Rick Turner Renaissance fretless 6-string
    Influences and Teachers:
    Sly Stone, Tiran Porter, Chris Squire, Verdine White, Geddy Lee, Fred Turner, Marcus Miller, Jaco Pastorius, Stanley Clarke, Steve Rodby, Pat Metheny, Lyle Mays, Bill Evans, Andreas Vollenweider, Edgar Meyer, Mark Isham...
    Hobbies and Interests:
    foreign languages - BA in Spanish & Portuguese from BYU
    Disclosures:
    I enjoy languages, the out of doors, and geneology/family history
    I am absolutely nuts for NYBW or New York Bass Works basses. David Segal is the best. Period. There is one thing an NYBW 6-string can do that no other boutique I have owned or played in a store can: That is it walks from a four down through the low B naturally, sounds like it belongs, and is articulate. And you can walk up the C string and it stays like it belongs, warm and full - a bass string. So, you can use natural 4-string technique down the B and up C. It is also an extremely balanced and comfortable bass. I have fretted and fretted ones. They're all I play. There are highly respected boutique basses that simply are not in the same musical world of quality as an NYBW.

    Signature

    “If you want to rise, Sextus, do the difficult. I asked to be sent here.” - Messala in Ben Hur. / Tom Halversen / Slombovia, NYBW Club #3