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Ductapeman
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Oct 23, 2020 at 5:18 PM
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Gender:
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Birthday:
Oct 5, 1951 (Age: 69)
Location:
The West Pole
Occupation:
Sales

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Ductapeman

Ringmaster and Resident Geriatric, Male, 69, from The West Pole

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Five-pole single-coil swamp-ash GK-JBL kind of guy Apr 6, 2016

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Viewing thread Ampeg SVT-210AV Bass Cab - Lightweight 2x10 - Local SoCal Deal, Oct 23, 2020 at 5:18 PM
    1. Ductapeman
      Ductapeman
      Five-pole single-coil swamp-ash GK-JBL kind of guy
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    2. Ductapeman
      Ductapeman
      Been hit by da'Funk Bomb!
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    3. Ductapeman
      Ductapeman
      Can't talk, gotta go play!
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Oct 5, 1951 (Age: 69)
    Location:
    The West Pole
    Occupation:
    Sales
    Current Setup:
    Fender American Std Jazz V into Gallien-Krueger amps-- old Sunn 2000S cab w/ JBL K145s-- might still be a little Ashdown combo kicking around-- I may be the last all-analog bassist left-- also been playing the blue JCS that Jack gave me--
    Favorite Genres:
    Whatever forces people to dance
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    Currently unaffiliated
    Previously Owned Gear:
    All kinds of crap-- EB3, Ibanez guitars/basses, Fender basses and amps in profusion, used to have an old Acoustic 360-- mostly Fenders now, but remembering how much I dug the Guild Starfires-- Epiphone JCSes now too-- after fifty years we've tried damn near anything we could think up
    G.A.S. List:
    Looking for a reliable octave gizmo that will track all the way down to the low B-- also still looking for a pair of Darkstars-- forget the octave, little Boss rig works great
    Influences and Teachers:
    Jack Casady, James Jamerson, Duck Dunn, Domingo Balinton, Karl-Heinz Stockhausen, John Cage, Arnold Schoenberg, Jack Bruce, J.S. Bach, J.P. Sousa, Mack trucks, the M14 rifle, Keith Emerson, Alberto Ginastera-- everything I hear, but mostly Jack Casady, then as now
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Does it involve food, beer, music, aviation, scuba, astronomy or any damn thing else? I'll be right there--
    Disclosures:
    I started life as a drummer, but I got better
    Teaching Credentials:
    No one should EVER try to learn ANYTHING from me
    Been out of the game for quite a while, but getting that old itch again--

    Signature

    WABass #122 -- Danelectro Club #95-- Gallien-Krueger (FTW!) Club #1123-- Flatwound Club #588-- Epiphone Club #191 -- Ric Club Probie--Fender Club #6.02×10^23--Probably Older Than You Are

    "It's your bass, of course, and you may do as you please. I like and respect you regardless. But seriously. And happy almost Friday. This is all the brain cells I have left at the moment. I ask your forgiveness in advance." --Thuzzlefump

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