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Orpheus55
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Location:
Port Charlotte, FL
Occupation:
Teacher

Orpheus55

Male, 66, from Port Charlotte, FL

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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Apr 12, 1951 (Age: 66)
    Location:
    Port Charlotte, FL
    Occupation:
    Teacher
    Current Setup:
    Ibanez SR600
    '86 MIJ Wh on Wh Precision Bass '62 Reissue
    CIJ Sting P-Bass
    Epiphone EB3
    Cremora SB2 3/4 Double Bass
    Peavey Minimax head
    Avatar B115T cab
    SWR Workingpro 12
    Favorite Genres:
    Classic Rock, blues, British Invasion
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    The BoogieMen, Classic Rock & Oldies
    Previously Owned Gear:
    EBMM Stingray
    Fender Jaguar MIJ
    Fender 70s reissue Jazz
    Fender MIM Precisions (several)
    G&L Tribute L2000 (2)
    Epiphone Les Paul Bass
    MIM Fender Jazz Standard (Agave Blue & Wine Red)
    Epiphone Ripper Reissue
    '71 MIA Fender P-Bass (piece of junk then, worth a fortune now)
    '65 Hagstrom II bass
    '67 Crown J-bass copy (not seen one since)
    '65 Kay 100W 1-15 ; compo w/scotchplaid grillcloth (ugh!)
    '67 Fender Bassman & amp; 2x15 cab (heavy!)
    Acoustic 15 Combo (noisy)
    Peavey TNT
    Trace Elliott Commando 12
    Hartke Kickback 15
    Ampeg PF500
    G.A.S. List:
    A mapleglow Ric
    Influences and Teachers:
    Carl Radle, Paul McCartney, Duck Dunn, Ed Carter, Bob Bogle, Klaus Voorman, Bill Wyman
    Hobbies and Interests:
    H.S. teacher (U.S. English, History), cycling, novel-writing

    Signature

    If it has more than three chords it's jazz
    -Lou Reed