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amir93smith
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amir93smith

Male, 27, from London

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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Dec 15, 1993 (Age: 27)
    Home Page:
    https://www.facebook.com/amir.smith93
    Location:
    London
    Occupation:
    Bassist
    Current Setup:
    Aria Pro II SB-R60 (In Gold sparkle finish with Dimarzio Strap Locks)(Hipshot DeTuner GB7)

    Aria pro II 1970's SG bass

    Aria Pro II Thorsound Bass TSB-400 1980 (Made in Matsumoku Factory, All original) strung with daddario flatwound strings

    Aria Pro II SB 600 Fretless 1980 (Made in Matsumoku Factory) (Completely stock excluding Dimarzio strap locks)(La Bella Tapewound Strings)

    Aria Pro II RSB Deluxe In metallic red 1985 (Made in Matsumoku Factory)(Replaced the nut for a brass one)(Hipshot DeTuner GB7)

    Aria Pro II cat bass (with Hipshot D-Tuner, Seymour Duncan vintage voiced p-j pick-ups SB-1 and brass nut & frets)

    Aria STB GT5 (5 string bass, modded with Seymour Duncan MM SMB-5D and custom bass & treble cut circuit with parallel/series switch and a bone nut and Warwick 2 piece bridge)

    Aria Pro II IGB 50 (modded with Seymour Duncan SBP3 P pick up and SBJ2 jazz pick up, and a custom passive rotary switch system also with Hipshot gotoh D-tuner (with matching gotoh tuners), brass nut, and new bridge

    Aria Pro II 5 String white Magna bass MAB-20/5 (Amy) (With Mec Dynamic Correction Passive Jazz Pickups and passive Rotary switch with bass, mids & treble cuts, a brass nut and a Warwick 2 piece bridge and Hipshot D-tuner also a push/push volume pot for parallel/series switch)

    Aria Tab 66 Hollow body bass (with hipshot D-tuner and matching Wilkinson open gear tuners)

    Ashdown MAG 410T Deep Cabinet

    Ashdown ABM EVO II 500W RC (Chrome face)

    Behringer midi foot controller fcb1010

    Dimarzio straps

    Line 6 HX Stomp
    Favorite Genres:
    Pretty much anything but mainly: Metal, Grunge, Punk, Rock
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    Evilyn

    PINUP
    Previously Owned Gear:
    Zoom MS 60B

    Sanyo Eveloop Pedal Juice

    Dr Green Black Death

    Ovation acoustic bass (Replaced the machine heads for cosmo black gotohs)

    Aria Pro II Avante 4 String Bass AVB-50 (Ava) (With a Bone nut, Kent Armstrong chrome lipstick jazz pick up in the neck position and a Kent Armstrong soap bar in the bridge position, also has had the finish on the sides on the top and a stripe down the middle on the back sanded down to the natural wood also Warwick 2 piece bridge and Hipshot D-tuner also tone pot replaced with a 2 way toggle for parellel /series switch)

    Aria Pro II SLB-2 SLB series electrics (with stock active pre-amp and passive/active switch, TESLA VR-B4 Jazz Pick-up and TESLA VR-B3 P Pick-up and Hipshot D-Tuner (also a black bridge cover)

    Ashdown ABM EVO II 300w Housed in Ashdown MAG C115-300

    Tech 21 Midi Mouse

    Ashdown Rootmaster 15" Cab (Fitted with a Fane GS-e300b elite 300 bass)

    Ashdown Mag Head EV0 I 300W

    Ashdown James LoMenzo HyperDrive (Had to buy another one since I missed it)

    Ashdown CTM 15W

    Ashdown Mibass 2.0 Head

    Ashdown Bass Chorus Plus

    Ashdown Mibass Interface (used as a DI box/Headphone amp mainly)

    Hayden lil mofo 2w tube/valve head

    Dr Green Bearded Lady Fuzz Pedal

    Dunlop Bass Wah 105Q

    Two Notes Le Bass

    Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 (2nd Gen)

    M-Audio FireWire 410 Interface

    Samson Airline UHF Bass Wireless (Sold due to lack of use and that i own a 30ft cable i got for free, as well as a 20ft)

    Dimarzio Area J 5 String Bass Pickups (Sold due to vintage voiced output could not compare to my other basses with high output, still amazing pickups that i would highly recommend.)

    Nobels Distortion Special (just kept as backup for guitarists to use)

    Ashdown Sub Octave Plus (Sold due to under use and Zoom MS60B and sub-harmonizer)

    T-rex fuel tank JR (sold due to getting a Sanyo Eveloop pedal juice)

    Korg Pitch black Tuner Pedal (Sold to vocalist in band since he needed better tuner on stage)

    Mooer Bass Sweeper (Envelope pedal)(sold due to getting a Zoom MS60B)

    Dunlop crybaby bass wah GCB-100 (Modified) (sold due to getting a Zoom MS60B)

    Ashdown James LoMenzo HyperDrive (unfortunately friend plugged into a dodgy power supply which went up in smoke and took this with it, now using the zoom ms 60b to help downsize pedal board)

    Ashdown After Eight 15w amp (Sold due to under used)

    Ashdown Superfly amp head 500 watt (sold due to money problems and already having a Mag 300 combo)

    Ibanez Bass synth SB7 (Tone-Lok)

    Ibanez Bass Overdrive (Phat Hed) PD7 (Tone-Lok)

    Ashdown Electric Blue EB 12-180 EVO I Bass Amplifier Combo - 180W (Amazing amp but sold due to getting the superfly and cabs)

    Ibanez GSR 205 (First 5 string)

    Ibanez tuner pedal LU20 (Replaced by the Korg pitch black)

    Behringer bass V amp 2

    Behringer BX600 60w amp

    Yamaha RBX-375 (Sold to get the aria gt5 since the neck on this was too uncomfortable and wasn't as great as expected)

    Lots of ***** pedals i cant remember whilst i was experimenting to get an amazing set up
    Influences and Teachers:
    Fieldy
    Les Claypool
    Paul Gray
    Mike Inez
    TM Stevens
    Tony Campos
    Cliff Burton
    Jason Newsted
    Robert Trujillo
    Peter Steele
    Many more
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Video games, building computers, comics, film, tv

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