Salicete
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Salicete

Male, from Godforsaken-Maryland

We all know "Home Studio" almost always means "Basement." Own it; be proud of what you have. May 17, 2016

Salicete was last seen:
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    1. Salicete
      Salicete
      We all know "Home Studio" almost always means "Basement." Own it; be proud of what you have.
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Godforsaken-Maryland
    Occupation:
    Self-Employed
    Current Setup:
    Never stays the same long enough to be up to date and correct here, but currently playing Fender American Elite Precision, and/or American Jazz Elite, and/or Rickenbacker 4003, and/or Yamaha 5-stringer through two Epifani UL3 310 cabs and a Eden WP100P pre and peavey power amp, and/or a vintage Ampeg Blueline SVT amp and Ampeg Anniversary 810 cab, and/or an older 8x10 with CTS speakers. Also have a really cool gold-sparkle, roll-n-tuck Kustom 200 rig.
    Previously Owned Gear:
    Fender Guitars and Bass Guitars
    Most any drum gear, especially Tama, Sonor and Paiste
    Influences and Teachers:
    An old guy named Hansel Valencia got me started on bass. I remember him always eating cookies and getting crumbs all over himself during lessons. He was in his 70s then, and that was 1977, so he is likely gone now, nice guy though...
    I am annoying, long-winded, and unpleasant, and often make remarks on TB that are mistaken for humor, as opposed to the scathing retorts that they were intended to be.

    Here is a clue; unless I put a dorky smiley face to winking face after a comment, I meant it ~just~ like it sounded. ;)

    Signature

    Fender MIA Club Member#72
    Crappy Bassist With Expensive Gear Club, Member#370
    Peavey Club #10 (First guy in double digits!)
    I'm a Complete B*%$ard.
    We all know "Home Studio," almost always means BASEMENT.
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