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    Atlanta, GA
    Current Setup:
    Warwick Thumb NT 6
    Warwick Thumb BO BN 6
    Favorite Genres:
    Gospel, Rock, Latin
    Previously Owned Gear:
    Yamaha RBXJM2
    Yamaha RBX775 w/Seymour Duncan Phase II NYC PU's and Glockenklang 3-band preamp
    Yamaha RBX170 w/EMG X PJ PU's and controls
    Tobias Basic 5
    Tobias Killer B 6
    Peavey T-40 w/MEC dual MM humbuckers and MEC 2-band preamp
    Ibanez SR406
    Rogue fretless 4
    Steinberger Synapse 5 fretted
    ESP LTD B-206M w/Ken Smith PU's and Sadowsky preamp
    Yamaha TRB1006 w/Delano Sonar 3-band preamp
    Stagg Electric Upright
    SX five string jazz w/Dimarzio Ultra Jazz PU's and Sadowsky preamp
    Fender Jaguar w/Fender Mod Shop Samarium Cobalt Noiseless Pickups
    ACG Recurve 5 w/Bartolini X4 Narrow Soapbar PU's and Glockenklang 3-band preamp
    Trace Elliot 1x15" combo speaker
    Eden Nemesis 300-watt amp head
    Boss Limiter/Enhancer pedal
    Boss Overdrive pedal
    Boss Equalizer
    Behringer Bass Synthesizer pedal
    Tech-21 SansAmp Bass Driver DI
    Zoom BFX-708 bass pedal
    G.A.S. List:
    Fender Steve Bailey Fretted 6-string
    Brubaker 6
    Ray Ramirez upright
    Warwick Thumb 6
    Elrick 6
    Warwick x-Treme 10.1 1000-watt amp head
    Influences and Teachers:
    John Myung
    Anthony Crawford
    Jaco Pastorius
    Marcus Miller
    Abe Laboriel
    Damian Erskine
    Ryan Martinie
    Ray Riendeau
    Fred Hammond
    Maurice Fitzgerald
    Allan "Snoop" Evans
    Sharay Reed
    Thadeus Tribett
    Victor Wooten
    Stu Hamm
    Michael Manring
    HJ Freaks (the cross-dresser dude from YouTube)
    Akira Yamaoka (Japanese composer for video games)
    and whoever it is that did the keyboard bass lines for the Mega Man X series of video games
    Hobbies and Interests:


    Official U.S. Peavey Cirrus Club Member # 161

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