Bassamatic
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Retired Engineering Consultant

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Bassamatic

keepin' the beat since the 60's, Male, from Studio City, SoCal, USA

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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Studio City, SoCal, USA
    Occupation:
    Retired Engineering Consultant
    Current Setup:
    '08 Fender USA P
    2012 Fender Jazz Bass
    2018 Fender Mustang P/J
    '85 Squier MIJ 32"
    '92 Peavey Fury
    60's Hofner Club Bass
    Squier VM Jaguar Short Scale (x2)
    Customized '67 Hagstrom Hag II
    Ibanez Mikro 4 and 5
    Gretsch GR2202 short scale
    Ampeg B-15N
    MarkBass Combo 121p
    Ampeg PF-350 backup amp
    Schroeder 1212L Cabinet
    + more misc. crap
    Favorite Genres:
    Classic Rock, Cool Jazz, Modern Country
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    StompBox Holiday - Americana and Roots Rock
    Previously Owned Gear:
    Ibanez Artcore AGB-140
    Peavey Cirrus 5 (I miss it)
    Peavey Cirrus 4
    Many many others
    Influences and Teachers:
    Ray Brown
    Sir Paul
    Jamerson
    Jack Bruce
    Jesse Colin Young
    Lee Sklar
    Nathan East
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Travel, Audio Electronics and Photography
    Started with Guitar in the 60's, took up bass around '68. Played non-stop for at least 10 years straight including touring the USA. After bouncing around in various jobs after college, I worked in Pro Audio and later Consumer Electronics fields managing product development and manufacturing. Then went on my own as a development and manufacturing consultant, working mostly in China. After a long hiatus, started playing again around 2008, and have continued playing with various bands - from Classic Rock to Americana and Country.

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    The world IS getting smaller, but I'd still hate to paint it.
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