Frank Vozak
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Gender:
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Birthday:
May 12, 1952 (Age: 69)
Location:
Oak Park, IL
Occupation:
Retired social worker and Army Reserve Major

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Frank Vozak

Male, 69, from Oak Park, IL

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Active recreational bass player with a large roots jam band and a guitar/bass vocals duo Jul 8, 2020

Frank Vozak was last seen:
Aug 2, 2021 at 5:48 PM
    1. Frank Vozak
      Frank Vozak
      Active recreational bass player with a large roots jam band and a guitar/bass vocals duo
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    May 12, 1952 (Age: 69)
    Location:
    Oak Park, IL
    Occupation:
    Retired social worker and Army Reserve Major
    Current Setup:
    Fender 15 watt bass amp, Squier SS Jaguar, Squier Precision Mini, Fender Classic CB 60 electric Acoustic bass played exclusively acoustic
    Favorite Genres:
    Folk esp John Prine, Roots , Outlaw Country ala Willie Nelson, Folk Rock
    esp Byrds, Some classic country esp Buck Owens
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    30 piece jam band Oak Park Farmers Market Band
    10 Piece Buzz Cafe Band
    Unnamed Guitar/Bass Vocal Duo
    Previously Owned Gear:
    67 Fender Jazz Bass, 67 Gibson EB-O, 67 Fender Mustang, 2018 Squier Precision Bass, '67 Kalamazoo (Gibson) Bass 50 50 watts 2 10 in speakers,
    AMPEG BT 15 D 1967 100 watts 2 15 in speaker in portaflex cabinets
    G.A.S. List:
    Fender Jazz bass 1967 just like the one I sold {included chrone pickup covcefr and ashtray, 1952 Fender Precision Bass, '68 Haagstom 8 string Bass,
    Fender Mustang, preferably 67 or else the best Fender Mustang rthat is US made that I can find, Fender 59 Bassman amp
    Influences and Teachers:
    Yonit Spiegelman, Larry Crabb, my fist bass teacher in 11967 who taught me how to play fills
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Model railroader, Military modeler, Collect and write with fountain pens
    Disclosures:
    No commercial affiliation
    I played seriously in high school and college in concert orchestra, concert band, several rock bands, fill in bass work with several bands, and college pep band. Had good sight reading skills AND READ MUSIC WELL Quit when I went into the Army and eventually sold all of my gear. Kept following equipment and studies different bass players' bass lines and then decided to start bass again at 68 after retirement. I understand so much more about the theory of bass playing and stopped using a pick---only finder pick-------so I am more sophisticated in my theory of bass playing and study
    the bass lines each month in BASS PLAYER but to save my life I can't seem to get back my ability to read music.
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