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  • About

    Current Setup:
    A hunk of wood with strings that I've dedicated countless hours to discovering the art form thereof through an Ampeg SVT classic.
    Favorite Genres:
    "Jazz and of course everything else because if you know how to improvise in jazz styles, you know how to improvise in any style. Right guys? Am I right?" >:(
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    Wouldn't you like to know?
    Previously Owned Gear:
    Ibanez GSR200 - Still Have- Amazing (changed the bridge& pickups and gave it a fretjob)

    Ibanez Sr505 - Still Have=POS=I hate soapbar pickups, I hate "nice" woods that don't actually affect your instrument and I hate the neck shape

    Fender 10' American Jazz Bass - Gave away=POS=the neck bends with the wind

    Warwick Thumb 5 BO - Sold to GC=POS=Twisted neck

    Brice from RondoMusic 6 string fretless neck thru active bass - Sold to GC=POS=EVERYTHING

    1975 Fender Jazz Bass - Sold to friend=decent=did not live up to expectations

    1978 Fender Precision Bass - Sold to friend=good=found an off brand P bass that blew this and every other fender out of the water
    G.A.S. List:
    An upright bass or two, a $20,000 custom made bass with only the rarest woods, constructed by the one luthier in the world who knows how to work with these particular woods, and a squier Hello Kitty axe. All for smashing purposes of course.
    Influences and Teachers:
    Ed Roman,
    Eric Cartman
    Scott Grove
    Bill Clinton
    Charlie Sheen
    Jimmy Russell and his famous Bourbon Whiskey
    Chris Farley
    Mike Judge
    Manual Labor (in general-builds character)
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Busting peoples' balls