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Holland, MI


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  • About

    Holland, MI
    Current Setup:
    - Sunn Coliseum Lead
    - Sunn Concert Bass
    - 70's Ampeg SVT
    - Acoustic 402 2x15 (2)
    - Ampeg SVT 610 hlf
    - Peavey 2x15
    - P bass partscaster with aluminum Baguley neck and Dimarzio Split P blade pickup
    - Lehle SGOS ABCY pedal
    Favorite Genres:
    Huge lover of doom metal/stoner rock/heavy psych.
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    I currently do vocals and bass in a heavyish revved up Blues/Rockabilly duo with my father (guitarist) where we play a variety of covers. Anything from Chuck Berry to Motorhead/Headcat to Howlin' Wolf to Johnny Cash, etc....
    Previously Owned Gear:
    Tube Amps:
    - Fender Bassman 100 (first amp)
    - Orange AD200B
    - Marshall 1992LEM Signature Superbass
    - Jessup Model T tube preamp
    Solid State Amps:
    - Orange OB1-300
    - Hilbish Design Beta 200
    - QSC GX3 Power Amp
    - Ampeg SVT-810E (4 overtime, 3 at one time)
    - Ampeg V2 4x12
    - Ampeg SVT 212 AV
    - Marshall 1935b Bass Series JCM 800 4x12
    - Peavey 2x15/2x12 rare combination cabinet
    - Peavey 412f or 412m (2)
    - Dillion Rickenbacker Clone (Seymour Duncan Lemmy Signature bridge pickup in the bridge position/Avedissian Acid Crush bridge pickup in neck position)
    - Custom partscaster J bass (single Musicman style pickup)
    - DoesItDoom Doomsaw HM-2 Clone
    - DoesItDoom Sabbathi Octave Fuzz
    - Fuzzlord Octave Master
    - EQD Speaker Cranker V1
    G.A.S. List:
    - Fender 400 SP
    - Fender 300 SP
    - Hiwatt DR 400
    - Marshall VBA 400
    - Marshall Major 200
    - Matamp GT 200
    - Matamp Slave Unit
    - Sound City 150
    - Sound City 200
    - Simms Watts AP 100
    - Simms Watts AP 200
    - Sunn 300t
    - Sunn Model T
    - Sunn Coliseum Slave
    - Sunn Coliseum Bass
    - Sunn Coliseum 880
    - JPTR FX 200
    - Filament Ampworks Last Rites 300
    - Dean Costello Audio HMW 200
    - Acoustic 408 4x15
    - Acoustic 6x12 Transducer
    - Hiwatt 4x12, 4x15
    - Marshall 1979L 4x15 (or any Marshall 4x15)
    - Simms Watts 4x12
    - Sunn 412L
    - Sunn 415M
    - Emporer Cabs 2x15, 4x12, 6x12
    - Cosmic Terror Cabs 4x15, 6x12
    - Cathedral Cabs 2x15/1x18
    - Tower Cabs 2x12/2x15, 4x15, 2x15/1x18
    - Atlas Cabs 4x12, 6x12, 2x15, 2x12/2x15
    - Friedman 2x12/2x15
    - Cosmic Terror Sonic Doom
    - DoesItDoom Agartha
    - I'm a total aluminum bass neck convert now. I'm really happy with my current bass. Maybe I'll make another custom one down the road but my current one suits my needs greatly.
    Influences and Teachers:
    - Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister (Motorhead)
    - Al Cisneros (Sleep, OM)
    - "Dixie" Dave Collins (Weedeater)
    Hobbies and Interests:
    I've been drawing 18+ years about now, tattooing (myself) for about one year, and recently I found I like hiking to waterfalls.
    I'm Mars, I'm a gay, 20 year old bassist. I've been playing for around 7 years, began mid 2015. I began to start playing after I saw a video of a Motorhead live performance where I was really inspired by the way Lemmy played and sounded. I very quickly became a gear fanatic and found more bassists and music that inspired me. From all this, I'd like to think I've developed a kind of bass playing style that's pretty unique to me. I kind of despise the very traditional, modern, glassy, clean, thin, very technical style bass sound. To me, it sounds very bland and similar between so many players. My aim is to be the opposite of that. I play in a way that appeals to my ears. I try to play in a way that fills out the sonic range as much as I can. I want to feel an eveloping low end with a grinding mid that cuts right through at the same time. I play with a lot of chords, droning strings, double stops, octaves. I try to always play more than one string at a time, if I can help it. It's made bass playing so much fun for me with a sound that I just don't get tired of. I do not care if it's not traditionally correct/practical, overwhelming, or anything like that. I value the unorthodoxy because I love it so much. It's never not a joy to plug in my 3 amps and create a massive, oppresing sound. All about the insane rigs, high output, and love of oppresive sound you can feel.
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