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NEBADON2000
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NEBADON2000

Male, 66, from North Carolina

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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Sep 9, 1954 (Age: 66)
    Location:
    North Carolina
    Current Setup:
    Fender American Ultra Precision; Takamine GB72CE Acoustic/Electric Bass ; Markbass CMD121p Combo Amp, Markbass NY 121 Cabinet, PJB Big Head HA-1
    Favorite Genres:
    70'S Rock, Glam Rock, Early Punk/New Wave, Adult Alternative, Blues Rock
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    The Dentz [Cover Band] 5-8 Gigs per month 80's New Wave, 90's Alternative, Modern Rock;
    Previously Owned Gear:
    SBMM Stingray34 [2018]
    Musicman 25TH Anniversary Bass H [Became Reflex Bass] [2010]
    EBMM Stingray [90's]
    Fender American Standard Bass[2001]
    90's Active Fender American Jazz
    75 Precision Bass White/Maple fretboard
    Ampeg SVT with 8-10 cab
    Ampeg 2-10 Combo
    SWR 220/400/ GOLIATH/ GOLIATH Jr
    BOSE L1 with 4 B1 Bass Cabinets
    Peavey Tube amp/Cerwin Vega 18 reflex cab
    Rick 4001 70's
    Fender Telecaster Bass 70's
    70'S Gibson EB Bass
    G.A.S. List:
    Sadowsky NYC Bass, Genzler, Barefaced Cabinets, Mesa Boogie Amps,, Bergantino, Glockenklang, Trickfish
    Influences and Teachers:
    Many of the local Long Island/NYC club bands Bass players in the seventies, Along with Bruce Thomas, Paul McCartney, John Entwistle, Jack Bruce, Trevor Bolder and John Paul Jones.

    I do like Fernando Saunders[Lou Reed], Tony Levin, Rob Wasserman and Flea.
    and of course James Jamerson.

    did listen to a lot of Grand Funk,Zeppelin and the Who
    so I tend to overplay just a tad once in awhile(:

    James Jamerson impresses me more than Victor Wooten
    but Victor is fun to watch and hear.
    Hobbies and Interests:
    sports[couch], movies and of course Music along with equipment that reproduces it both Home Audio and Studio.
    When someone ask me 'What do you do' no matter what I am in the working world; I answer 'I am a Bass Player'

    Been playing Bass and Gigging since 1975. Retired playing in 2016 but now with urging from friend I am back at it.

    Started with first Band on Long Island, NY; mainly hybrid 'Glam Rock' [Bowie, Lou Reed, Mott the Hopple, T Rex] 'Hard rock' [Deep Purple, Zeppelin, Aerosmith, Alice Cooper, Hendrix] morphed into 'Variety/Pop' [Beatles, Frampton/Humble Pie, Doors, Stones, along with some Glam and hard rock]

    Went to Blues rock [Trower, Cream} with side project original Punk Band [opened for John Cale at CBGB's] In 1980 moved to Virginia.

    Started playing again in 1984 mostly Blues Bands [popular in area at the time] in 1988 joined Classic rock Band [ lots of Petty, Seger, Dylan, Springsteen, Eagles, etc.] till 2002;

    Then Original Rock Band 2002-2009;

    80'S New Wave[Blondie, Go Go's]/90's ALT[Muse, Killers] 2010-2016. Now Classic rock heavy on Blues Rock [SRV, ZZ TOP] and Southern Rock.

    I love music and can find Music to enjoy in all styles. I own LP's by Karen Carpenter/Carpenters, Bread and also Iggy and the Stooges, Sex Pistols, Sabbath, Elvis Costello, Marianne Faithfull and everything in-between; recently re-discovered Depeche Mode.

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