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Oct 31, 1967 (Age: 56)
St. Louis // St. Charles, MO


56, from St. Louis // St. Charles, MO

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    Oct 31, 1967 (Age: 56)
    St. Louis // St. Charles, MO
    Current Setup:
    Fretless 5-string Z-Bass (home made) w/single EMG humbucker
    Fretted 5-string Z-Bass w/Swappable Top (home made) and Bartolini J's in standard J config.
    Ernie Ball Music Man Stingray 5
    MIA Fender Jazz V
    Espanola 4 string acoustic bass
    Ampeg SVT II Pro
    Ampeg SVT 810e
    Ampeg HEN 410
    Acoustic B200H
    GK RCB 200
    Sun 610
    Frankenstein 1X15 homade cab featuring the Black Widow from my 1st amp (over 23 years old and still thumpin!)
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    Vitus - Diver - Madison Ave. - Patron Saints of Mediocrity - Bella Wolf - The James Ibur Band - Bad Andie - SoulCoustic and lots of 'project' bands experimenting in the 'jam-band/fusion' zone - Bones Jones - Catalina Wine Mixer - Flying House
    Previously Owned Gear:
    My 1st bass = Fender P-bass (unknown year, unknown country)
    Rickenbacker 4001
    Ibanez SR 400
    Fender Jazz Special
    Ibanez SDGR 800
    Fender Jazz fretless (MIM)

    Peavey TNT 130 (my first)
    Fender Bassman + 6x10 Fender cab (unknown specs)
    G.A.S. List:
    I want to make my own bass next. I have the bug bad and need to do it! I am hoping to build a 5-string, fretted, prettyprettypretty bass. Possibly with flamed maple top or similar... suggestions and advice welcome!

    Update: Built two basses from scratch - one fretless fiver and one fretted, top-swappable fiver. So consider the itch scratched. Now it's a full on obsession.

    I'd also like to get a good old Fender Jazz Bass (USA).
    Influences and Teachers:
    Geddy Lee
    Chris Squire
    John Paul Jones
    John Entwistle
    Stanley Clarke
    Jaco Pastorius
    Victor Wooten
    Steve Bailey
    Chuck Rainey
    Paul McCartney
    Rocco Prestia

    Ken Jung (first bass teacher)
    David Karns (current bass teacher)
    Bob Boedges (high school band director - best in the world!)

    and as of recently, and I am kicking myself for figuring this out so late in life, but... every single bass player that ever did anything in motown, played original funk and R 'n' B! (edited since being set straight! LOL)
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Multimedia design, Web design, Song Writing, Recording, engineering, producing


    On Groove Duty
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