Male, from Kansas City
- Mason Nagy was last seen:
- Feb 18, 2018 at 10:23 PM
- January 24
- Home Page:
- Kansas City
- Current Setup:
Bass - Fender MIM 50's Reissue Precision Bass, Lakland DJ4, 90's Epiphone Non-Reverse Thunderbird, Epiphone Allen Woody Bass.
Amp - 70's Acoustic 150, Fender Bassman 50, Avatar 2x12.
Pedals & Effects - BOSS TU3, JHS Pulp N' Peel V4, Malekko B:ASSMASTER Germanium, Idiot Box Effects Cool Buzz Bass Fuzz, Idiot Box Effects Han Taun Klone, JHS Crayon, JHS Emperor, Mantic Vitriol, BOSS Bass Limiter, Joyo Delay, BOSS OC2, Fuzzrocious LunaReclipse, Fuzzrocious Grey Stache, BOSS TU2, Earthquaker Devices Afterneath Morley ABY.
- Favorite Genres:
- Rock, Punk, Sludge Metal, Doom Metal, Hip-Hop, R&B, Soul, Jazz, Funk, Psychadelic, Blues, Folk, Country, Electronic, etc.
- Gigs and Ensembles:
- High Dudgeon
- Previously Owned Gear:
Bass - Ibanez GIO, Fender Geddy Lee Jazz Bass Brown Sunburst, Hofner Galaxie Short Scale, Ernie Ball Musicman 1994 StingRay Trans Red, Ibanez SDGR 5 String, Ibanez SDGR 4 String, Warwick German Corvette $$, Fender 60th Anniversary Fretless Jazz Bass.
Amp - Carvin Combo, SWR Washing Machine Combo, Gibson 1964 2x8, Markbass LittleMark III, 2X 1x10 Custom Cabinets.
Pedals & Effects - Fulltone OCD, Source Audio BEF Pro, Tech 21 SansAmp, Electro Harmonix Small Clone Chorus, ProCo RAT V2 Reissue, MXR Bass Octave Deluxe, Way Huge Effects Swollen Pickle, EHX Micro Synthesizer, HAZ Electronics MuTron III+, Malekko COMP, Electro Harmonix Micro POG.
- G.A.S. List:
Bass: Fender Jaguar Bass, Gibson Thunderbird, Hofner Club, Rickenbacker 4003, Gibson G3, Fano, Dunable.
Amp: Ampeg, SVT, Ampeg V4B, Ampeg B15, Orange AD200B, Verellen Meatsmoke, Matchless Thunderman, Fender Bassman, SWR Redhead.
Pedals & Effects: Crowther Audio Prunes & Custard, Earthquaker Devices Sea Machine, Fuzzrocious Demon, Electro Harmonix POG(1), Analogman Compressor, Way Huge Electronics Supa Puss, Truetone H2O Chorus Echo, Iron Ether Frantabit, Luck Duck Pedals Nu-Tron II Phaser, Line 6 DL4, Idiot Box Effects Blower Box, Zvex Wooly Mammoth 7, Devi Ever Effects Big Distortion Sound Machine, Devi Ever Effects Soda Meiser, Malekko Plus Ultra 213, Malekko Ekko 616, Chase Bliss Audio Warped Vinyl, Earthquaker Devices Hummingbird, Zvex Lofi Junky, Malekko Omicron BIT, Malekko Omicron Vibrato, Way Huge Blue Hippo, Way Huge Pork Loin, 3Leaf Audio Octabvre, BOSS Waza Craft Vibrato, Earthquaker Devices Bows, Earthquaker Devices Eruptor, Earthquaker Devices Tentacle, Electro Harmonix Bass Micro Synthesizer V1, Abominable Electronics Sunnbather DI, Old Blood Noise Black Fountain, Midnight Amplification Holy Mountain, Acme Audio Motown DI, Old Blood Noise AB/Y, Earthquaker Devices Rainbow Machine, Noble DI, etc.
- Influences and Teachers:
Justin Meldal-Johnsen, John Stirratt, James Jamerson, Joe Dart, Michael League, Jaco Pastorius.
A transport from Utah to Kansas City, I started playing bass in 5th grade. From there on out, I started performing in various ensembles such as orchestra, jazz band, symphonic band, pit orchestras for musicals and many others. I eventually found my way to my local School of Rock and dove straight in only to become a 3 time All-Star that evolved into a bass instructor. I’ve performed a ton of shows around my native Utah and have ventured further out to notable venues such as Red Rocks Amphitheater in Boulder, Colorado, The Echo in LA, Hard Rock in Las Vegas and the NAMM show twice, as well as performing on live TV. I’ve been inspired by such legends as Justin Meldal-Johnsen (Beck), John Stirratt (Wilco), James Jamerson (Motown), Joe Dart (Vulfpeck), Michael League (Snarky Puppy) and I hope to inspire a brand new generation of musicians.
- Teaching Credentials:
- Bass/Guitar, House Band Instructor for Overland Park. Previous Bass Instructor/Rock 101 Instructor for the Lee's Summit MO and Sandy UT School of Rock. Also volunteered at Sandy School of Rock to assist with Little Rock and Boot Camps and taught private lessons.
SignatureBass Player ~ Vinyl Collector
Hipshot Products Inc., Lava Cables, Malekko Heavy Industry.
Thunderbird Club #607