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Bangkok Thailand


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  • About

    Bangkok Thailand
    Current Setup:
    Fender MIA Jazz Bass
    Carvin B40 & SB4000
    Yamaha BB1000S
    Ampeg SVT-8 Pro (USA made)
    Ampeg SVT-7 Pro
    TC Elecronics RH750
    Anchak Audioworks fEARful 15//6/1 (two)
    Sansamp RPM
    Sansamp Paradriver DI
    Carvin MB15 microcombo
    Amplitude iRig (for quiet practice)
    Favorite Genres:
    Classic Rock, Progressive Rock, Funky R&B, Funky Blues, Funky Funk
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    Play occasionally with the House band at the Royal Bangkok Sports Club
    Previously Owned Gear:
    First bass amp, Fender Bassman 50
    Traynor Combo and extension cabinet circa 1984
    Peavey Combo 300 Circa 1985

    Big Rig from 1984-2004:
    Crown DC300 Power Amp
    Yamaha PB-1 Preamp
    A digital delay (can't remember brand)
    BFI 18" cabinet
    Carvin 15" cabinet
    I donated this rig in 2004.
    Wish I kept the Yamaha PB-1. :-)
    Also used/borrowed an Acoustic 8x10 for a while.
    G.A.S. List:
    No more Cab-GAS, fEARful cabs are awesome.
    Have all the basses I need.
    Don't need any pedals.
    Influences and Teachers:
    Bass Teacher: Learned from Phil McNeese in Dallas, TX area (I believe he's the best bass player on the planet to this day).

    School: University of North Texas Jazz Studies, Mid 1980's: Classical Theory, Jazz Theory, Sight Screaming and Ear Straining... The only reason my professor gave me a 'C' in Sight Singing and Ear Training class was that if she failed me and I had to repeat the class, she would have to be my professor again the next semester ...

    - Duck Dunn
    - James Jamerson
    - Geddy Lee
    - Sting
    - Motown, James Brown, anything with a cool vamp or funky groove.


    Fender J-Bass | Carvin B40 | Yamaha BB1000S
    GenzBenz STL-900 | Anchak fEARful 15/6/1