Jordybass
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Jordybass

"Like a head with my chicken cut off", Male, from Northern Virginia

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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Northern Virginia
    Occupation:
    Master Electrician
    Current Setup:
    Amps: Genz Benz Shuttle MAX 12.0, Euphonic Audio iAMP Micro 550, Phil Jones Bass Buddy, Phil Jones Bass D-400, Bugera Veyron T BV1001T, Crown XLS 2002 amp with a Presonus Studio Channel as a preamp with a Furman PL-8C power conditioner in a Gator 4 space rack case and a Crown XLS 1502 amp with a Samsamp RBI as a preamp in a Gator 3 space rack case. Also a Crown XLS 2500 and a Crown XLS 1002 as a backup bass power amp.

    Cabinets: One EA NL-410, two EA NL-210's and two EA CXL-112's all 8 ohm, Accugroove El Whappo 4 ohm and Two Phil Jones Bass C-4 Piranha 8 ohm.

    Basses: 1999 Teal Green Metallic American Fender Jazz Bass, 1987 Fiesta Red Japanese Fender P Bass with a Seymour Duncan Hot Wound pickup with matching headstock, 2011 Black Cherry Burst Ernie Ball Musicman Stingray 4 H bass with matching headstock, 1983 Transparent Blue G&L L-1000 bass, 2005 Japanese reissue Fiesta Red Mustang short scale bass, 2011 Candy Apple Red Squier Jaguar short scale bass with many mods, 2000 Seafoam Green Chinese P Bass and a Lake Placid Blue Warmoth P Bass with a swamp ash body, maple neck and fretboard with matching headstock, Bad Ass II bridge, Schaller tuners and a vintage wound Curtis Novak P bass pickup all assembled, nitrocellulose painted and set up by myself. I also have three bass projects I'm working on. A 1984 Ocean Turquoise Japanese Fender Squier Bullet Bass, Warmoth Jazz bass with Alder body and a roasted maple neck to be painted Daphne Blue and a Pelham Blue Kramer "Duke" headless short scale bass all refinished in nitrocellulose laquer from Guitar Reranch.

    Guitars: 1987 Black Japanese Fender Stratocaster '57 RI, 2001 Triple Sunburst American Fender Telecaster, 2005 Korean Ibanez Acoustic-Electric Artwood Series, 1978 Japanese Ventura acoustic, Chinese Yamaha 12 string acoustic, a 1975 Japanese Ibanez Concord acoustic and an early 1960's Harmony Sovereign H55 Acoustic-Electric.

    Guitar amps: Fender Stage 100, Fender Frontman 25R, Kustom Sienna 30 Acoustic-Electric, Line 6 Spider III 15 and a Pignose 7-100.
    Favorite Genres:
    I like most everything except for Country and Rap music.
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    I am in one band right now. Our band plays late 50's to Mid 60's Vintage Rock and Roll and some from the 70's and 80's. I also sit in with friends who occasionally host open jams near me.
    Previously Owned Gear:
    Amps: Euphonic Audio iAMP800C combo (sold on TB 7/27/2010), Gallien-Krueger RB 1001 210 combo, Fender Bassman 100 combo, Beheringer BX-600 combo, David Eden NA-320 amp, Genz Benz Shuttle 6.0, Genz Benz Shuttle 9.0 and a Euphonic Audio IAmp 350.

    Cabinets: GK RBH 210 extension cabinet, GK RBH 115 extension cabinet, Dr. Bass BL-112, Dr. Bass DRB-110 and an Accugroove Whappo Jr. (sold on TB 11/12/2016).

    Basses: 1984 Vintage White American Fender P Bass, 1998 Sage Green Metallic American Fender P Bass, 1987 Arctic White Japanese Fender Jazz Bass, 1978 Trans Red American Fender Musicmaster Bass, Black Ibanez Acoustic-Electric Bass, 2004 Blue Ernie Ball Musicman active SUB 5 bass (sold on TB 4/08/2012), 2007 White Ernie Ball Musicman Stingray 4 HH with matching headstock (sold on TB 7/27/2015) and a 1987 Black Japanese Fender Jazz Bass Special Fretless (sold on TB 5/15/2016).

    Guitars: 1983 Vintage White American Fender Stratocaster, 1987 Arctic White Japanese Fender Telecaster.

    Guitar amps: Fender Frontman 15G.
    Influences and Teachers:
    I'm naturally left handed and in 1978 I received a right handed Ventura acoustic guitar. I played it off and on for years and never got real good. In late 2004 I jammed with some friends using a right handed fender Bronco bass and they wanted me to play with them on a regular basis. Being a lefty, I bought a lefty Fender PJ bass and tried to play it but couldn't hit a lick so I sold it and bought a right handed 1984 American Fender P bass and never looked back. I jammed twice a week, took lessons and practiced my ass off and I'm very comfortable playing right handed. I also play by ear and pick up bass lines easily.
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Fast cars, drag racing, building, restoring, hot rodding bass guitars, and collecting music.

    Signature

    The Fretless Club #705
    Warmoth Owners Club #62
    Fender Jazz Bass Club #783
    Musicman Stingray Club #316
    Squier Jaguar Short Scale Club #56
    The Official Fender Precision Bass Club #846
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