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fourstringdrums
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fourstringdrums

Decidedly Indecisive, Male, 39, from Massachusetts

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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Feb 7, 1981 (Age: 39)
    Location:
    Massachusetts
    Current Setup:
    Ric 4003 Mapleglo
    Phil Jones Double Four
    VT Bass DI
    Way Huge Pork & Pickle
    Seymour Duncan Studio Bass Comp
    Sonic Research Turbo Tuner ST-200
    Previously Owned Gear:
    Ibanez GSR200, Ibanez GSR400, Ibanez AEB, Dean Edge 4 Fretless, Tobias Growler 4, Dean Jeff Berlin Standard, Carvin LB75P, Schecter Stiletto Diamond 4, Cort B4FL, G&L JB-2 (x2), Yamaha BB604, MTD Kingston 4 Fretless, Musicman Sterling Fretted & Fretless, G&L L-2000, Warwick Corvette Std., Peavey Cirrus 4, Read Custom Model P, Fender MIM Jazz, G&L SB-2 (x2), Peavey Milestone, Fender Highway One Precision, Godin Godin A4 Fretless, Squire Classic Vibe 50's P, Lakland Skyline Bob Glaub, Lakland Skyline Decade, Fender American Precision, Reverend Decision, G&L LB-100 Alder/Rosewood(x2), Ash/Rosewood, Empress/Maple), Ibanez Portamento Fretless, Epiphone Allen Woody Rumblekat, Mike Lull P4, Musicman HH Lined Fretless, Musicman Classic Sabre Maple Neck, Musicman Classic Sabre All Rosewood Neck, Stingray 4H 3 Band Unlined Fretless, Sterling Unlined Fretless w/ Piezo, Musicman Caprice, Eden N8, Ampeg B100R, Ampeg B50R, SWR WM2004/2X10, Fender BXR300C (or something like that), Ashdown MAG C115-300 EVO III Combo
    Influences and Teachers:
    James Jamerson, Bruce Thomas, and Robert DeLeo.
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Drums, Cooking

    Signature

    When as a kid I asked an upright bassist how he played without frets, he said: "It's like wiping your ass. It's messy at first but eventually you learn how."
    --

    Phil Jones Club #75

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