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from Exit 4, NJ

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  • About

    Home Page:
    Exit 4, NJ
    Current Setup:
    1974 Arita EB-3 (Lawsuit)
    1982 Peavey T-40
    1997 Ken Rose SKB 505c P/J
    2008 Fender Jaguar
    2012 Squire VM Jazz (project bass)

    Peavey Tour 450 Amplifier Head
    SWR PB-200 Amplifier Head
    Hartke 4x10 Cab (VX410)
    Hartke 2x10 Cab (XL210)
    Hartke 1x15 Cab
    SansAmp VT Bass
    SansAmp Programmable Bass Driver DI
    Zoom MS-60b
    other assorted effects, depending on my mood.

    Casio WK-1600 Keyboard
    Lame Stratocaster copy
    Takamine Six string acoustic
    No name set of drums
    Mountain five string banjo
    Favorite Genres:
    Anything with bass in it.
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    Pants Optional
    Previously Owned Gear:
    Create and Peavey Amps, Hohner Bass, Ibanez Bass, Sovtek amp (sorry I sold that one...), Squire Standard Bass, Samick 4 String (made in USA and stolen in the USA) Epi Tbird, VM Jazz bass... and a bunch of other stuff since craigslisted....
    G.A.S. List:
    Gibson Thunderbird
    Epiphone Allen Woody Rumblekat
    Ric 4001
    Ampeg SVT
    Influences and Teachers:
    Geddy Lee, Jack Bruce, John Wetton, Chris Squire, Steve Harris, Allen Woody, Buddy Rich, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jason Newsted, John Deacon, The Clash, Victor Wooten, Donald "Duck" Dunn, Electric Mayhem, Cliff Burton, Ozzy, Jaco, Jimmi, Glen Miller, The Chairman Of The Board, Johnny Cash, Bootsy, Social Distortion, LedZep, Fish, Marillion, John Entwistle, Albert King, Jason Newsted, Bernie Worell, The Allman Brothers, The Stones, George Porter Jr, James Jamerson, and that guy I saw busking on 8th and South Street with a bass made out of a cardboard box, and anyone doing their own thing- their own way.
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Paramedicine, Firefighting, Emergency Medical Services, Dek Hockey


    If it sounds good, it is good. Doesn't matter what anyone else says.