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M.R. Ogle
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Apr 18, 1956 (Age: 64)
Mount Vernon, Illinois

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M.R. Ogle

Male, 64, from Mount Vernon, Illinois

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  • About

    Apr 18, 1956 (Age: 64)
    Mount Vernon, Illinois
    Current Setup:
    1956 "Transition" Precision Bass
    Mexi-Jazz heavily modified
    Various Precision "mutts"
    Lots of Walnut
    Three or four self-built basses
    Nemesis 410 Combo amp
    Nemesis 115 Combo Amp
    GK-1001RB Amp
    Peavey 210 cabinet
    Hartke 410 XL cabinet
    Couple of 1-18 subs
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    Home Recording only these days
    Previously Owned Gear:
    Ampeg SVT 8x10
    Alembic Spoiler 5 string
    Moonstone Vulcan
    Alembic Exploiter
    Squier II Precision
    Ovation Acoustic bass
    Vox Delta 4 bass
    Fender Performer bass
    Gibson EB3 Slot headstock
    too much other stuff to really remember.
    Fender Walnut Precision Special
    A Wishbass

    Various horrid amps
    G.A.S. List:
    Rob Allen Bass
    Godfrey Dragonetti Bass
    Wish I could play 5-string effortlessly
    Influences and Teachers:
    Dave Hope, Kansas (for his recorded tone)
    Paul Goddard, Atlanta Rhythm Section (best soloist)
    Doug Ferguson, Camel (smoooth, precise)
    Billy Sheehan (for Niacin... YIKES!!!)
    James Jamerson for the definition of cool
    John Myung of Dream Theater
    Nic Beggs with Steven Wilson
    Victor Wooten for being a very nice guy and a MONSTER bassist
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Radio Control Cars
    Backstage Guitar Lab owner


    Better pickups for your bass = better microphone for your singer.

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