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Dec 25, 1966 (Age: 53)
Logan, WV
Safety Coordinator - Natural gas drilling company.

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    Dec 25, 1966 (Age: 53)
    Logan, WV
    Safety Coordinator - Natural gas drilling company.
    Current Setup:
    Pre-Gibson Tobias Classic 5

    Fender Jazzes: 1961 Fender Jazz Bass (All Original, WORN+)

    1971 Fender Jazz Bass (Rode hard n' put up wet. Modded w/Badass Bridge, but I have the original bridge)

    1975 Fender Jazz Bass (Also rode hard n' put up wet. Modded w/Badass Bridge)

    (2) Mid-80's MIJ Fender Jazz Bass Specials (one mint condition, and the other damn near gigged-to-death, but my favorite 4-string to gig with)

    1998 Carvin LB75 Koa (My very best-playing bass. This thing.... I can't explain it. SHE. IS. AMAZING! Hell, she's my favorite 5'er to gig with)

    1989 MINT Ibanez SR885 I copped this thing for less than $200 (Black w/Black Hardware)

    Eden WT-800,(2)Eden XLT 4X10's (Early, first run off the production line) All racked n' packed up in Calzone Road Cases.

    Hartke LH1000
    DeMeter VTBP-201 pre-amp
    Crown power amps
    fEARful 12/6/1
    Carvin TR1503 Cabinet

    T.C. Electronics Chorus, Ashley rack mount Compressor, Korg rack mount tuner.
    All racked n' packed up in Calzone Road Cases.
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    Wild Sage Records, Nashville recording artist Natalie Logan
    Previously Owned Gear:
    Ken Smith Melvin Davis 7 (What in the hell was I thinking? I blame it on my youth (at the time), being too free n' loose with my money, and listening to way too much jazz-fusion at the time.

    Yamaha John Pattitucci Signature 6 (Yup. Yet again..... What the hell? I was in a hard rock band, for Christ's sake!)

    70's Gibson Grabber, a natural-colored, all maple beast. Who else? Gene $immons!

    Pre-CBS Fender P-Bass I don't know exact year. At 12 years-old, I was too damn young to care. Needless to say, I'd like to have it back. My dumb ass probably traded it for a BC Rich, or something pointy/weapon-shaped....... Ahh, the 80's.

    80's Alembic Spoiler (Short-scale basses ain't for me. I'm 6'5" 240lbs., so they make me look even more big n' goofy than I already am.....)

    Ibanez SR800 (A nice-playing bass, in that horrendous BRIGHT blue color. Hey, what can I say? It was the 80's.......)

    80's Fender USA Bullet Bass (34" scale). I had defretted this bass with a kitchen knife, and ended up trading it, a post-dated check for $75, and a half ounce of some really nasty shwag for my '61 Jazz Bass. Which, looking back, is quite possibly the best deal ever for a bass. I STILL get chills when I think about it. Haha.

    A couple more of the mid-80's Fender Jazz Bass Specials, here & there, back in the late 80's. I simplified, and thinned the herd down to just 2 of 'em. Those are actually some of the best players I've ever had. Great examples of Japanese craftsmanship.

    Really nothing more of any significance.

    As long as I've been playing/gigging, I haven't owned a whole lot of gear. Gear has sorta been like a tattoo to me. It's with you for life.
    G.A.S. List:
    Anything Dingwall. J-Bass 5 on steroids.
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Basses, BMWs, and Motocross bikes.

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