Scott Loveless
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Application support in public education

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Scott Loveless

Male, from Pennsylvania, USA

Circling the drain since 1975. Jun 15, 2019

Scott Loveless was last seen:
Dec 18, 2021
    1. Scott Loveless
      Scott Loveless
      Circling the drain since 1975.
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    Gender:
    Male
    Home Page:
    http://www.twosixteen.com
    Location:
    Pennsylvania, USA
    Occupation:
    Application support in public education
    Current Setup:
    MIA G&L Kiloton, MIA Washburn XB-900, Squier VM Fretless Jazz, GK 400RB-iv 210 combo.
    Favorite Genres:
    Right now, it's Motown and Muscle Shoals. Throw in some fusion and a little roots rock and country (but not the country you'd hear on the radio).
    Previously Owned Gear:
    Rickenbacker 3001, Samick 5-string, American Jazz Bass Plus (with the Lace Sensors and active electronics, purchased new in 92), American Standard Jazz (purchased new in 98 or 99), Fender Bassman 50 head (purchased for $25 in the early 90s, on permanent loan to a high school buddy).
    G.A.S. List:
    I'd like a p-bass, and am currently considering one of the new Fullerton Standard LB-100 basses from G&L. More speakers. I've always wanted a Stingray. Peavey Palaedium.
    Influences and Teachers:
    Richard Elder. Rich was 1st chair tuba with the 399th Army Band when I was in high school. He also played electric bass and double bass. I took lessons from him for a few years. He retired from the Army around the time I graduated and I lost track of him after that. He'd be around 70 now, give or take, and if anyone knows of his whereabouts, I'd be interested in talking.

    John Knox. John was a guitar teacher at Woolf Music in Rolla, MO. I took lessons from him during high school. Truly a gifted teacher! I believe he's involved in church music somewhere in Alabama these days.

    Influences you may have heard of (in no particular order): Jeff Berlin, Joe Osborne, David Hood, Michael Anthony, Rufus Reid, Gary Willis, Mark Egan.
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Bicycles, photography, gritty sci-fi TV shows and movies.

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    Scott Loveless
    G&L LB-100 - Squier "Jaco" Fretless - Lyon P - GK 400RB-iv 210 - no talent
    U.S. Peavey Club #436
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