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tdbass2
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tdbass2

Male, from Dallas Texas

You're never too old (or good) to learn something new. Apr 18, 2014

tdbass2 was last seen:
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      tdbass2
      You're never too old (or good) to learn something new.
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Dallas Texas
    Occupation:
    Musician/Bass Player
    Current Setup:
    Amps/Speakers: Genz-Benz Shuttle 9.0, Aguilar TH350, Genz Benz Focus 410T, FCS 112T, back up Gallien-Kreuger 200MB, Eden "David" 4x10, G-K 400B vintage amp, Fender BXR-25 Combo, BXR 300 head.
    Basses:MTD Kingston Saratoga, Spear S1-SP, Squire P bass, Schecter SGR C-4, Schecter Omen Extreme 5 string
    Guitars: Epiphone Zephyr Regent, Giannini Classical Electric
    Favorite Genres:
    Jazz, Blues, Rock, old school R&B, Rock & Roll, Country, Funk, Classical
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    Free Lance
    Previously Owned Gear:
    1st rig-Fender Bassman piggy-back, '65 Daphne Blue Jazz Bass, Lots of Carvin amps and basses, Hartke 1x15, Curbow 6 string, Kustom 200 w/2x15 cab, Fender BSR Combo, Ampeg B2R, and even a Heathkit 1x15 with horn, the heaviest rig I ever owned and the only one I've built.
    G.A.S. List:
    Another Genz-Benz FCS 112T, Aguilar Chorus, Aguilar Compressor, Aguilar Envelope Follower.
    Influences and Teachers:
    James Jamerson, Paul Chambers, Chuck Rainey, The Beatles
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Cooking, Computers
    Although I've played on some big concert stages, I prefer the intimacy of clubs and smaller venues. I've been in a number of bands, but mostly I prefer freelance work, recording sessions, and hosting a jam in the Dallas area. I'v been playing bass since 1964 professionally, and my one claim to fame was playing for Bob Kirkpatrick and the R&B Doctors' CD "Going Back To Texas" on JSP Records. http://www.allmusic.com/album/going-back-to-texas-mw0000083800 I'm always trying to improve my bass playing and musical skills, and try to learn something every time I pick up the bass, or watch another bassist play.