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natobasso
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natobasso

Male, from Auckland, New Zealand

Travelling Europe and the UK for 2 years (1 year in as of June 2017) without a bass. Gotta get creative! Jun 30, 2017

natobasso was last seen:
Jun 29, 2018
    1. natobasso
      natobasso
      Travelling Europe and the UK for 2 years (1 year in as of June 2017) without a bass. Gotta get creative!
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    Gender:
    Male
    Home Page:
    https://www.soundcloud.com/natobasso
    Location:
    Auckland, New Zealand
    Occupation:
    Front End Web Developer
    Current Setup:
    Bass: Custom Warmoth/Fender 4-string bass with: Lindy Fralin pickups, Badass Bridge, Audere Preamp, Hipshot D-Tuner. Amp: Roland Super Cube 40 amp (I'm considering an Aguilar Tone Hammer as my next gig amp with a 1x12 cab).
    Favorite Genres:
    Funk, Jazz, Progressive Rock, Rock, Blues
    Previously Owned Gear:
    David Eden Highwayman, Eden 4x10 and 2x10 cabs. I started with a GK 200 watt head and Hartke 4x10 cab (this was in early 90s).
    G.A.S. List:
    Aguilar Tone Hammer 500 and 2 1x12 cabs looks sweet with a Noble preamp.
    Influences and Teachers:
    Janek Gwizdala for pure passion and drive and John Pattituchi for showing me what was possible on the bass in the late 80s. Stanley Clarke for "If This Bass Could Only Talk" - who knew bass went so well with tap-dancing shoes!
    Available for Instruction?:
    • Bass Guitar Instruction
    Teaching Credentials:
    Minor in Music from Whitman College, taught for 5 years, ages 12-65.

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