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bass_case
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Birthday:
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bass_case

Maintain low tones., Male, from Miami, FL

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Seize the day! (Wash hands before returning to work.) Apr 22, 2014

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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    December 22
    Location:
    Miami, FL
    Occupation:
    Compoota programma
    Current Setup:
    1971 Fender P bass (fretless, TSB, rosewood, w/model J bridge p/u). Bought this brand new when I was in high school. Have had a 65 neck on it at one time

    1969 Fender Tele bass (blonde, w/SD stacker) This body was attached to the 65 P neck when purchased in 1976 for $150. Recently restored by JohnK10, I put a fresh neck on it and wow... I added a new neck and a SD Sting stack pup and a push-pull volume

    2013 Squier Jaguar VM 5-string (black, rosewood) - Craigslist score $120. Still had plasticoat on guard. Loved the neck and PJ configuration. Ditched the wonky bass boost circuit and dropped in a Sadowsky 4-knob preamp. Replaced the P pickup with a Fender Am STD. Ultralight tuners and upgraded bridge. Painted headstock.

    Mid-century German double bass. It's a nice bass, have only played out with it a few times. Want to spend more time with it...

    Amps:
    GK MB Fusion 500 into Aguilar SL112 cabs.
    1978 Musicman 65 amp
    Favorite Genres:
    Bluesyrootsyjazzyethnorock
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    Karma Dogma, a six-piece Latin fusion reggae band. I’m also available for informal jams, hoe-downs, Friday Night fish frys, shindigs and/or hootenannies in S. Florida area
    Previously Owned Gear:
    I never sell anything.
    G.A.S. List:
    All of it.
    Influences and Teachers:
    Jaco, Jamerson, Prestia, J.P. Jones, Entwhistle, Sklar, Ray Brown, Willie Dixon, Rick Danko, Family Man; teachers at U. Miami Roy Vogt and Don Coffman.
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Bolting various Fender pieces together, writing (short fiction,) mid-century modern furniture resto, kayaking, general family life.

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    Proverbs for Paranoids, 1: You may never get to touch the Master, but you can tickle his creatures -Thomas Pynchon

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