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Richie Se7en
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Birthday:
Oct 29, 1956 (Age: 62)
Location:
Across a bridge from South Philly
Occupation:
Semi-retired business Founder/Franchisor

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Richie Se7en

Presently distractivated, Male, 62, from Across a bridge from South Philly

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Lookin' for what I knew Dec 12, 2018

    1. Richie Se7en
      Richie Se7en
      Lookin' for what I knew
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    2. Richie Se7en
      Richie Se7en
      Fixing a hole where the rain gets in
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    3. Richie Se7en
      Richie Se7en
      Satisfied Standing in the Shadows
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    4. Richie Se7en
      Richie Se7en
      Stuck somewhere between idk, idc and idgaf
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    5. Richie Se7en
      Richie Se7en
      Life is no fairy tale... if you lose your shoe at Midnight, you're drunk
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    6. Richie Se7en
      Richie Se7en
      Wondering who originally thought an oyster might be a food product
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    7. Richie Se7en
      Richie Se7en
      Contemplating if Lois Lane ever said "Hey Jimmy, if Clark removed his glasses wouldn't he look just like...?
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    8. Richie Se7en
      Richie Se7en
      Livin' a life that drives those haters crazy
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    9. Richie Se7en
      Richie Se7en
      Scaled the wall on the edge of the sidewalk
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    10. EatS1stBassist
      EatS1stBassist
      I posted this measurement for you
      2 1/8 top of pocket 2 1/4 at last fret and the pocket is 4 1/4 " long
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      2. Richie Se7en
        Richie Se7en
        Just saw it and commented this morning. I truly appreciate the help.
        May 11, 2016
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Oct 29, 1956 (Age: 62)
    Location:
    Across a bridge from South Philly
    Occupation:
    Semi-retired business Founder/Franchisor
    Current Setup:
    1962 Fender P - 2017 Fender Elite P - 1996 Fender Am. Deluxe P - 2012 Fender Jazz Select - 2013 Fender MIJ '66 RI - 2007 Gibson SG Supreme - 2014 Gibson SG Special - Fender Classic Player Rascal - Gibson Thunderbird SS - Epiphone Viola
    Markbass CMD 102P - Markbass Minimark 802 - Markbass Micromark - 1995 SWR Workingman 12 Combo
    Favorite Genres:
    Classic Rock, 60'S-70'S R&B/Funk, Blues
    Previously Owned Gear:
    Lowest priced piece of crap bass my local music store had for sale in 1967 - which my older brother stole two months later and sold for meth. On the bright side, remorseful of his sin, he eventually replaced it with a beautiful Gibson EB-model - how and from where, I didn't ask. I was in Heaven and ready to be the next Jack Bruce... for about a month, then one day - like Keyser Soze - "Poof" the Gibson was gone.
    G.A.S. List:
    No GAS these days, but I'd love to add a Detective Comics #27 to my comic collection.
    Influences and Teachers:
    Mr. James Jamerson and Bob Babbitt, John Paul Jones, Sir Paul McCartney, Jack Bruce, Peter Cetera, Verdine White and The Geezer - to name a few.
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Script Writing - All Aspects of Film (History, Production, Theory) - Woodworking - Rare Comic Book Collecting - Classic Cars
    I'm rekindling a passion to learn and play bass guitar that originated in my early teens during the late 1960's that was halted by the death of my father, which forced me to quit school and work multiple jobs. I tried to learn bass again in the mid-90's, but the growth of my company consumed me for the next 20-odd years. By 2015, I was able to lessen my workload to an advisory capacity, which finally provided me the time to learn and play with a clear, focused head. The long wait was well worth it and I'm now jamming regularly with a few different groups of people. I'm a little late to the party, but I'm dancing and absolutely loving every minute of it. :bassist:

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    I don’t always listen to Sabbath, but when I do, so do my neighbors

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