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  • About

    Location:
    Tokyo, Japan
    Current Setup:
    Basses:
    G&L L-1000 BABP model, flats
    G&L L-2000, rounds
    Kala U-Bass solid body fretless

    Synths:
    David Smith Instruments Mopho Keyboard

    Amp:
    Phil Jones Bass Double Four

    Pedals, etc:
    Radial JDI
    Korg Pitchblack Tuner
    Zoom MS-60B
    MythFX Triton

    Cables:
    Belden #8412 (for bass, pedals, etc)
    C.B.I. Belden #1192 + Switchcraft (XLR for DI box)
    Previously Owned Gear:
    Basses:

    Fender Japan Mustang Bass
    Fender US Standard Jazz Bass
    Ibanez SR 505
    Big KYDD 5 string
    Lightwave Saber Bass SE Fretless
    Warwick Streamer 5 $$
    Modulus Quantum 5 Fretless
    JG Guitar Works Fretless PJ
    Mike Lull M5
    Fender Japan 70's P
    Music Man Classic Series Sterling
    Rickenbacker 4003

    Pedals:
    Too many
    Influences and Teachers:
    Verdine White, Tiran Porter, Sting, Andrew Levy, Adam Clayton, Alonza Bevan, Tim Cummerford, Meshell Ndegeocello, Robert De Leo, Tony Levin, Nate Watts, Arion Salazar

    Signature

    G&L Club Member # 528, The Fretless Club 764,
    Musicman Sterling Bass Club 174
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    1. Easy to work with