Smooth_bass88
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Smooth_bass88

>>keep it smooth, keep it funky<<, from AMERICA

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  • About

    Location:
    AMERICA
    Occupation:
    musician- I'm a BASS PLAYER
    Current Setup:
    US Lakland Joe Osborn
    US Lakland Bob Glaub (with Osborn width neck)
    US Lakland 4-94 Deluxe w/Duncans
    Lakland Skyline 55-01 w/US Lakland pre (love you Mike!)
    US Fender early 90s '62 P-Bass Reissue
    Fender Geddy Lee Jazz ('burst)
    Fender Jazz Bass fretless
    Epiphone Jack Casady Bass
    Various Ampeg amps and cabinets (SVT 2-PRO, B2RE, 2x10, 1x15, 4x10)
    TECH21 NYC VT Bass Deluxe
    GK400RB (early version)
    some pedals

    In Ear Monitors:
    Shure P4HW personal monitoring system w/SE215 in-ears
    Favorite Genres:
    any/all
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    Lifelong pro player in many, many, many bands, lots and lots of session work, travel a bit. Been on a bunch of nationally released stuff, charted on the Billboard 200. Worked with some 'heavies'.
    Previously Owned Gear:
    Many a Fender and EB Music Man basses, Mesa/Boogie & Peavey amps and cabs.
    Influences and Teachers:
    James Jamerson, Jaco, John Paul Jones, Geddy Lee, Sir Paul McCartney, Sting, Pino Palladino, Nathan East, Sean Hurley, Nathan Watts, Tony Levin, Lee Sklar, Chuck Rainey, Bernard Edwards, John Taylor, Willie Weeks, John McVie, Michael Anthony, Randy Meisner, Timothy B. Schmit, Berry Oakley, Cliff Williams, Stuart Zender, Adam Clayton...
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Cooking, MLB, National Public Radio, Public Television, spending time w/family.
    Teaching Credentials:
    TAB should be BANNED from existence! Learn how to read music FOR REAL
    I play electric bass. Been doing it since age 12.

    Signature

    Wow, that's the first time in my career that someone's referred to my instrument as a status symbol.



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