thejumpcat
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newspaper editor; 2 Stones Events whipping boy

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thejumpcat, Male, 54, from metro-Detroit

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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Nov 9, 1959 (Age: 54)
    Location:
    metro-Detroit
    Occupation:
    newspaper editor; 2 Stones Events whipping boy
    Current Setup:
    1953-54ish P bass clone; Ampeg B100R or GK400RB / LDS1x15; 1950s German ply upright
    Favorite Genres:
    blues, jazz (although I can't play it)
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    The Sen Sa Shuns; The Messarounds
    Previously Owned Gear:
    AMPS/CABINETS:
    GKMB150S
    GK 1001RB III
    Bag End 1x15
    GK400RBII
    GK400RB (2)
    Carvin 2x10
    GK115RBS
    AIContra cabinet and Contra extension
    Acme Low B2
    SWR Henry Junior 4x8
    Ampeg BA115T
    SWR Baby Blue 2x8
    Avatar 4x10 neo 4 ohm
    LDS 1x15 8 ohm (2) neo
    Morgan MP200
    Aguilar DB750
    Ampeg B100R

    ELECTRIC BASSES:
    1962 Reissue Precision
    1951 Reissue Precision
    Fender Custom Shop 1955 Precision
    Kay K162 Electric Pro Bass reissue
    Danelectro Longscale '63
    Custom 1953-4 Pbass

    UPRIGHT BASSES/PICKUPS:
    5/8 Juzek
    '49 Kay S-9 Swingmaster
    (2) Shen SB100
    '65 Kay S-9 Swingmaster
    '56 Kay C-1
    1950s German plywood
    Barcus Barry pickup
    The Realist pickup
    Underwood pickup
    Zac Victor pickup
    G.A.S. List:
    Totally satisfied with my bass rig, but I wouldn't mind a Tele or ES330 and a Vox AC15! Oh, and a REDDI.
    Influences and Teachers:
    Larry Taylor, Bill Stuve, Willie Dixon, Tyler Pederson, Ransom Knowling, Keith Ferguson, Jimmy Blanton, and on and on...

    Signature

    "I've said that playing the blues is like having to be black twice. Stevie Ray Vaughan missed on both counts, but I never noticed." -- B. B. King