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E.P. Miller
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Hong Kong, Los Angeles, Nashville
Photographer, semi-pro bassist

E.P. Miller

Male, from Hong Kong, Los Angeles, Nashville

E.P. Miller was last seen:
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  • About

    Home Page:
    Hong Kong, Los Angeles, Nashville
    Photographer, semi-pro bassist
    Current Setup:
    Seth Kimmel double bass, Fender American Vintage '63 Precision
    Spirocore Weich and Evah Pirrazi light double bass strings, Fishman Full Circle and David Gage Realist (wood) pickups, La Bella Deep Talkin' Bass flat wound electric bass strings
    Unlabeled German bow
    Acoustic Image Focus 1R Series III (x2)
    Phil Jones Bass 4B cabinet (x2)
    Fishman PRO-EQ Platinum Bass Preamp/EQ/DI
    Favorite Genres:
    Alternative Country, Alternative Rock, Indie, Jazz, Jump Blues, Latin and Gypsy Swing
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    None at the moment. Taking a break.
    Previously Owned Gear:
    - BASSES -

    2008 New Standard La Scala Laminate
    2007 New Standard La Scala Hybrid
    2006 New Standard Cleveland Laminate
    1998 Fender MIJ 1951 Reissue Precision Bass
    1984 Karl Hofner
    1983 MIJ Fender Precision (my first electric bass)
    1978 Unlabeled Czech
    1962 American Standard
    1937 King Mortone (my first double bass)

    - STRINGS -

    Velvet Anima
    Velvet Garbo Light
    Thomastik-Infeld Spirocore Mittel
    Dlugolecki plain and wound gut
    Evah Pirazzi medium
    LaBella gut
    LaBella Supernil

    - PICKUPS -

    David Gage Realist pickup (copper):
    Works best on carved tops

    Shadow transducer pickup:
    Works best in the waste basket

    - BOWS -

    Unlabeled French bow


    Bergantino AE410 cabinet:
    Noticeably louder but not at all as articulate as EA or my current PJB cabinets. Perfect for bass guitar or brute strength double bass gigs. Based on my experience with the EA NL-210, I would opt for the NL-410 if a 4x10 were something I needed.

    Euphonic Audio NL-210 cabinets:
    More midrange than my current PJB cabinets thus cuts through the mix a bit better but not quite as articulate. Truly excellent cabinets.

    Genz Benz GB 1288T-UQ cabinet:
    Interesting, complex sound but quite heavy and not a great solution for doublers.

    Trace Elliot RAH350SMX:
    The power section in my first bass rig. Required frequent repairs.

    Trace Elliot ported 1x15 Cabinets (x2):
    Cabinets for my first bass rig. Heavy but very well built.
    G.A.S. List:
    Fano Alt de Facto PX4
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