JKowareta
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Birthday:
Jun 9, 2002 (Age: 19)
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Chicago IL
Occupation:
Bassist of 2Stoned / Construction

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JKowareta

Male, 19, from Chicago IL

JKowareta was last seen:
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Jun 9, 2002 (Age: 19)
    Location:
    Chicago IL
    Occupation:
    Bassist of 2Stoned / Construction
    Current Setup:
    My main is a Samick P-Bass, but that's under reconstruction, I also have an acoustic Ibanez AEB10E and a Fender Precision
    Favorite Genres:
    I listen to pretty much everything. Although Metal has to be my favorite genre, I love Rap, Rock, and Funk.
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    I started a Bass & Drum project, called 2Stoned with my friend Bobby. No live gigs yet, but we are writing together
    G.A.S. List:
    I need a Thunderbird in my life
    Influences and Teachers:
    3. Cliff Burton:
    His shreddy play style makes me want to be able to play like that. He could be both melodic and heavy and I loved that about him. I know everyone succs his dick but that's for a reason. Also, he made Orion. The middle section in it has to be one of the most beautiful pieces ever created. That was the first time the bass stuck out to me in a song and made me realize how the bass can add so much to a song.

    2. Justin Chancellor:
    The first time I had heard Forty-Six & 2, I knew I had to know how to play it. Justin is the sole reason I became interested in playing bass. I've never heard a bassist that adds so much to the music. I feel like Tool is the only band I've heard that the bass has such a large part in all of their music, except...

    1. Tim Commerford:
    My favorite bass player has to be Tim. The way he merged Metal, Funk, and Hip-Hop has shaped my playing in the way that no one else has. His bass lines were some of the first I learned. I liked bass before discovering Rage Against the Machine, but Tim is what made me indulge myself in the instrument. If it weren't for him, I wouldn't be the player or even the person I am today.
    Hobbies and Interests:
    I also love going biking and playing some video games, but playing bass takes up most of my time.
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