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Buzz Grim
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Buzz Grim

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  • About

    Home Page:
    http://
    Location:
    Ohio
    Current Setup:
    Amps and cab
    G-K MB150
    SWR Bass 350
    Bag End S-15d
    Mesa Walkabout Scout 12" combo
    Electric basses
    Too many, most with flats, Pyramid or GHS
    Washburn AB-40 Arch top hollow body
    Yamaha Arch top hollow fretless (APX something or other Japan only
    model)
    Home made Sparkly Bass ( Dano style jazz shaped body w/
    1 real Danelectro pickup, no tone or volume
    controls,Warmoth fretless neck, body covered in
    irridescent plastic wrapping paper under a clear plexi full
    body face shield, irridescent like a Trout.
    66 Jazz
    62 AV reissue P
    Upright Basses
    Framus 5/8 size
    Old old American Standard w/ Velvet Compass 360's
    1920's French carved (?) w/ Obligatos (I like them)
    2 broken Kays awaiting resurrection
    King Moretone awaiting neck reset
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    The Bushmills (Celtic rock), The Wahoos( sophisticated Hillbilly) , Doug Dickson and the Dick-a-Roos
    G.A.S. List:
    I wish I had, and wanted, less gear. I think this is a dream that Can come true.
    Influences and Teachers:
    James Jamerson,George Porter of the Meters- my favorite is his playing on Dr. John's "Destitiveley Bonnaroo" album , Family Man Barret, Charlie McCoy on "John Wesley Harding" Danny Thompson, Paul Mcartney (plays bass on Beatles albums), Jim Fielder (go buy the first "Blood, Sweat and Tears" album and play it a hundred times), Steve Thompson on John Mayalls "The Turning Point" album - the Zen bass player.
    Kirk Joseph who used to play Sousaphone in The Dirty Dozen Brass Band ("The New Orleans Album") and then led his own bands. Check out his website for sample tunes.

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