Alan Vorse
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Alan Vorse

Male, from Minneapolis, Minnesota

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  • About

    Home Page:
    Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Current Setup:
    Fender Tony Franklin Fretless P-Bass
    Fender MIJ Fretless Jazz Bass
    Fender MIJ E Series Precision
    Fender Marcus Miller Jazz Bass
    Johannes Kohr K/64 Upright w/Realist pickup
    TC Electronic BG250 Amp
    Eden Highwayman
    Eden 410xlt
    GORM Pedalboard from IKEA featuring:
    Boss FV50H Volume Pedal
    Boss TU-2 Tuner
    Digitech Bass Whammy
    Boss OC-2 Octave
    Boss RV-3 Reverb
    Behringer UV300 Ultra Vibrato
    Behringer SF300 Super Fuzz
    Boss SYB-3 Synth Bass
    EBS Universal Overdrive
    Line 6 DL4 Delay Modeller
    Digitech JAMMAN Solo
    Screen door spring from Home Depot
    Voice Changer megaphone toy
    Favorite Genres:
    Prog Rock, Free Jazz, Fusion, Metal '70-'98, RnB, Soul, Funk, Early Hip Hop, Dub Reggae, Drum n Bass, Ambient, 20th Century Classical, West African...
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    Over and Back. Experimental looping solo fretless bass.
    Influences and Teachers:
    MEAT AND POTATOES: Chuck Rainey, Jerry Jemmott, James Jamerson, Willie Weeks, Will Lee, Tom "T-bone" Wolk, Bootsy Collins, Larry Graham, Billy Cox, John Paul Jones, Jack Bruce, Pino Palladino. Collin Greenwood, Geddy Lee,

    CREATIVE: Vernon Reid, Nels Cline, King Crimson, David Torn, Steve Tibbetts, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Eric Dolphy, Public Enemy, A Tribe Called Quest, Roots, Fela Kuti, Squarepusher, Tackhead, RL Grime, Arca, My Bloody Valentine.

    Steve Nash, Manu Ginobli, Jackson Pollock, Jose Parla, Madeline Kahn, Jonathan Winters, Doug Jones.
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Available for Instruction?:
    • Bass Guitar Instruction
    Teaching Credentials:
    27 years of experience.


    "I don't think equipment is high on the list! It still comes down to WHAT NOTES one chooses to play and to HOW ONE TOUCHES THE INSTRUMENT"-Nels Cline