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Oct 15, 1981 (Age: 41)
Oklahoma City, OK
Purchasing Manager (Oil Patch)


41, from Oklahoma City, OK

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  • About

    Oct 15, 1981 (Age: 41)
    Oklahoma City, OK
    Purchasing Manager (Oil Patch)
    Current Setup:

    Sadowsky NYC PJ5 Seafoam Green, Tort guard. Unchambered (heavy like I like it at 10lbs) ash body, Brazilian RW Fretboard. 20 frets w/chrome flats

    Sadowsky NYC Modern 5 fretless. PBody, unchambered ash body in white, ebony board with ernie ball heavy gauge rounds

    Olinto P5. Alder/Brazilian RW. Sunburst and anodized Gold Guard. All Passive. All Mas Hino. All '60's P with a B'. Labella Low-Tension Flats with foam mute

    Upton Standard URB 5 string Eurosonic 'weed wacker' EADG and Velvet Garbo Low B
    David Gage pickup

    Amps: Aguilar AG700/DB750
    Cabs: Epifani UL410 S2, Aguilar SL112/SL115/SL212, EA WIzzy 10
    DI Box/Pre: Khan Audio Tube DI

    Cables: Monster Instrument/Speaker Cables

    Effects: Whatever gets Bootsy enough to please me but it can't fool the keyboard player.

    Cables: Monster Cables
    Favorite Genres:
    Stuff where they were really FEELING it. Loose and kind of sloppy
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    Musical Mercenary looking for Wet Work
    Previously Owned Gear:
    MTD 634 34" Scale 6string natural walnut body (no top) and wenge neck/board. Aguilar 18v Pre installed with Bart PUPS (FOR SALE)

    Sadowsky NYC PJ5 in alder/brazilian rosewood, 59' Burst finish with a Gold Anodized Pickguard, strung with D'Addario Chrome Flats

    Sadowsky NYC PJ5 in ash/flamed maple board,
    Trans White finish with a Gold Anodized Pickguard

    Early MTD 535 w/5A Quilted Maple Top/Ash Body/Wenge Neck & Board

    Rick Turner Renaissance Unlined Fretless 5

    Pedulla Pentabuzz in Blue/Green Sunburst with Unlined Fretboard

    NYC Sadowsky PJ5 in Alder/Brazilian Rosewood, Nordstrand Pickups, Lake Placid Blue finish. Smokin bass

    Fender Precision Five String in Olympic White/Tortshell

    1990 Warwick Thum 6 Neckthru

    Yamaha John Patitucci Sixstring

    Ergo 5-string EUB (I WILL have another!!)

    Lakland USA Bob Glaub PJ

    Yamaha TRB1005

    Custom Shop LTD 58 Precision with TI Flats

    Rick Turner Renaissance Semi-Acoustic 5 string fretless w/ unlined ebony board and solid koa body and top

    Sadowsky Modern M5-24 in 59' Burst w/VTC

    Eminence EUB

    Sadowsky RV 5 Sonic Blue with Single Coil Pups

    Tony Franklin fretless 4

    Yamaha BB415

    1954 Kay M-1 upright with david gage transducer

    AtelierZ5'er with Pensa Suhr 2band pre

    Modulus Quantum 5 with Bubinga top/satin finish and Bartolini EQ

    Sadowsky Metro, UV70RW5

    4 MTD's (Tulipwood/Wenge, Ash/Maple, Mahogany/Maple)

    Modulus Quantum/Genesis 5

    Ken Smith BSR5EG & BSR6'er

    1978 Fender P-Bass


    Markbass: LMII/SD800/TA501

    Aguilar: AG500SC (keep coming back to Aguilar!!!)
    DB750 (Big Daddy Aggie)
    GS410 x 2
    GS112 x2

    Epifani: UL502
    UL110 x2
    UL410 Series I
    Thunderfunk TFB550B

    Accugroove ElWhappo/Tri210L/Bill Dickens Signature

    Euphonic Audio: iAmp 800 head and combo

    Eden WT550B

    SWR Super Redhead

    Ampeg SVT CL and 8x10

    GK MB150E/1001RB/800RB

    Wow. Just typing that made me realize my problem!!!
    G.A.S. List:
    Got it done, except that I'd like a Warwick Alien Acoustic 6, a smoking Electric Upright, maybe a music-man esque Sadowsky 5, and a Pre-Gibson Signature Tobias 6. Love a concert tuba again. 4 Valve, no rotors. BBb.
    Influences and Teachers:
    James Jamerson, Jerry Jemmott, Marcus Miller mute technique,Nathan Watts, Willie Weeks Stevie Wonder's left hand, Chuck Rainey, Charles Mingus, Chollie Mingus, Bootsy Collins, AJ, JS BACH, Chris Squire, Flea, Paul Jackson, Jaco, Neil Evans (soulive), Andrew Gouche, Terrance Palmer, Fred Hammond, George Duke, Wagner's Tuba lines.
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