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Seattle, WA


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  • About

    Seattle, WA
    Current Setup:
    Aguilar DB-680 - fattest tube pre on the planet
    Alembic F1-X - the old school standby
    Epifani Quest - solid state, warm and sounds perfect with my UL410
    Kern IP-777 - more open than the Alembic
    Read Purity - pure but with tube color
    Trace V-Type - don't know where to put this

    Crown K2 - thousands of watts all day long and no fan
    - hi-fi tube power at its best
    QSC PLX-1104

    Bag End S15-D
    Berg NV215
    Epifani T-410UL Series I - lots of low end and mild mids
    Fender Bassman 115H with JBL M151-8 and cabinet mods
    JBL Cabaret with E-145

    Fender Jazz (many), Precision
    Rickenbacker 4001
    Mike Lull MV4

    Aguilar DB-359
    Mesa-Boogie Walkabout - great bedroom sound
    Mesa-Boogie M6 Carbine - voice of God!
    Eden WT-550

    Millennia Media Origin STT-1 - try one and you'll never be the same again
    Manley Mono Mic Pre - slappers dream
    Langevin Pultec EQ - passive EQ unlike any active EQ
    UA LA-610 - my favorite for bass
    Previously Owned Gear:
    Acme Low B2, Low B4
    Aguilar DB-659, DB-728
    Alembic SF-2, Orion 5, Europa 5
    Ampeg SVT-3Pro, SVP-Pro, SVP-CL, PR-115H
    Bag End D-10D
    Bergantino HT-310, HT-115, HT-112, HT-322
    Crest CA-9
    Crown K1, CE-2000
    Demeter VTBP-201s, HBP, VTHF-300M
    EBS HD-350
    Eden Navigator, WT-400
    Epifani T-112, T-212D, T-212
    Mesa/Boogie Bass 400+, Diesel 1x15
    QSC PLX-2402, Powerlight 2 PL218
    Sadowsky PJ-5
    Sunn 215B
    SWR Grand Prix, Interstellar Overdrive, Bass 350
    True Voice Pre
    G.A.S. List:
    Acme Low-B 112 Flatwound
    Mesa-Boogie Vintage Powerhouse 212 or
    Mesa-Boogie Vintage Powerhouse 215
    Influences and Teachers:
    Chris Squire, Paul McCartney, Walter Becker, Gerald Johnson, Joe Osborn, John Entwistle, Stanley Clarke, James Jamerson, Richard Bona, Duck Dunn, Brian Bromberg, Marcus Miller, Chuck Rainey. And a host of first-call studio musicians.
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Designing and building bass cabs and tube amps