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craigb
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craigb

G&L churnmeister, Male, 54, from Spring, TX (Houston metro)

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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Jun 21, 1964 (Age: 54)
    Location:
    Spring, TX (Houston metro)
    Occupation:
    computer geek
    Current Setup:
    Reverend Rumblefish PJ - bugeye black/rw
    G&L L1K 2014 (natural ash/rw) - #8 1/4sawn neck, no face dots
    G&L Tribute JB2 w/DiMarzio Model Js (natural ash/rw)
    G&L Tribute SB2 (white/rw)
    Gold Tone Microbass 23 fretless
    Gold Tone MEbass fretted
    Ibanez PNB14E parlor sized ABG
    Savannah STB-700F fretless 23" bass uke


    amps:
    Carvin BX500
    Carvin BX700
    Kustom KXB-500

    cabs:
    Carvin MB15 cab x2
    Audiokinesis Hathor 1505 -- on order

    Rondo pedalboard with:
    EHX Pitchfork
    Zoom B3n
    Boss LS-2
    Dunlop MXR M80 DI

    Cafe Walter headphone amp
    Zoom H2
    Sennheiser 1092D digital wireless
    Roland SPD::One Kick Pad
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    Gorilla Dance Band, Klay Vage
    Previously Owned Gear:
    far too much to list (bad GAS)
    G.A.S. List:
    "just one more" comfortable US G&L: SB-1, SB-2, LB-100, or L1K

    engine-turned aluminum/maple Reverend Rumblefish PJ
    Influences and Teachers:
    James Jamerson, Geddy Lee, Dee Murray, Duck Dunn, Tony Levin and many others
    Hobbies and Interests:
    tennis & music

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    "In my experience... Once you're ready to buy a piece of bass gear... a ball is set in motion, and it won't stop rolling until you buy what you want." -- armyadarkness in the G&L club thread