TJ2000
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Gender:
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Birthday:
Feb 29, 2000 (Age: 21)
Location:
North Carolina
Occupation:
Playing guitar or bass at my home church

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TJ2000

Male, 21, from North Carolina

TJ2000 was last seen:
Apr 26, 2016
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Feb 29, 2000 (Age: 21)
    Location:
    North Carolina
    Occupation:
    Playing guitar or bass at my home church
    Current Setup:
    #1: Takamine GS330S Mahogany acoustic guitar.
    Kyser capo
    Pro pleck 1.5mm pick

    #2 Ibanez A/E guitar (forgot model number)
    Kyser capo
    Alice 1.5mm pick

    #3 Yamaha RBX270 bass
    Behringer BXL3000A [email protected] bass amp
    No capo for this one :)
    No pick, just finger style.
    Favorite Genres:
    Gospel, Southern Gospel, Contemporary Gospel, Bluegrass Gospel.
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    My "band" consist of a pianist, a bassist, 2 backup guitarist, a main guitarist, and a mandolinist. We occasionally switch out a guitar for a banjo or dobro.
    Previously Owned Gear:
    Rogue RB-30B
    Guitar Research HB-32 Red Burst Fender Acoustasonic Jr.
    G.A.S. List:
    Gibson Les Paul Studio

    Tube amp (I'll try 'bout any. I'm currently stuck on all SS.)

    Vintage Marshall amp (I love the old sounds.)
    Influences and Teachers:
    I was tought by friends.

    Andrew Hoyle
    Greg Fromer
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Fixing amps, playing guitar, mandolin, violin, cello, and piano, messing with electronics, computer programming, and playing games on my iPhone or play station 2 (gotta love the classics. ). Along with small engine repair.
    I like to play the guitar, bass, piano, mandolin, and occasionally cello and violin. I enjoy working on electronic and small motors (up to the size of a riding mower.). In electronics, I mostly do amplifiers. I am still learning, though (aren't we all. ). I can replace and test just about anything on the amp, I just have a hard time testing a PT due to lack of tools. I currently own 2 guitar amps (1 wall, 1 battery.) 1 bass amps, 5 acoustic guitar (only 3 worth playing.), 1 electric bass guitar (4 string), and a banjo (no clue how to play.). Thanks for looking.

    Signature

    "Un" Professional Electrician.:whistle:
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