Monte
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Monte

Male, 45, from DFW Area, Tejas

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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Jun 27, 1972 (Age: 45)
    Home Page:
    https://www.facebook.com/mbutts
    Location:
    DFW Area, Tejas
    Current Setup:
    Basses: Solano Klotz copy, Gary Watts #26 5 string, '97 Fender Jazz; Bow: Tom Owen German; Strings: Velvet Garbo E & Gamut Pistoy A & D / Lyon G on doublebass DR Fat Beams on electrics; Amplification:QSC K10 powered speaker, Markbass CMD121p Combo, Heil PR-40 mic, LiveBass H-Clamp, Schertler Stat-B.
    Favorite Genres:
    Jazz
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    Dallas Chrstian Jazz Band, Freelance Jazz N. Mississippi/ Memphis, SJO Big Band, John Shaw's Magnolia Triangle, Renardo Ward Quartet
    Previously Owned Gear:
    1930's Juzek 5 string; Nearly every Doublebass string in current production! Acoustic Image Contra, K & K Golden Trinity Mic, K & K Bass Max, Fishman products, AKG C3000, Schertler Pub 2/280 and 1/380 Sub, Bose PAS, Schertler Dyn B
    Influences and Teachers:
    Influences: Mingus, P.C., Leroy Vinnegar, George Tucker Teachers: Lynn Seaton, Jeff Bradetich, Rodney Whitaker, Larry Moore, Don Munday (Bass); Steven Fulton (Improv); John Rosfeld (Composition & Arranging)
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Tennis, Hunting, Craft beers, Pipe smoking, social gospel theology
    Procurement director (South America buying) Wholesale Florist chain.

    Love playing jazz. Enjoy playing with the band of St John the Apostle UMC Arlington, TX

    Married with 2 bad black labs and an even more rotten cat Freddie the Freeloader.

    Signature

    I want people to feel good. Or bad. Or happy. Or sad. I just think music should make you feel something, and the focus is to never lose sight of that.
    Ian Hendrickson-Smith