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Youngspanion
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Youngspanion

Male, 49, from Staten Island, NY

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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Apr 9, 1967 (Age: 49)
    Location:
    Staten Island, NY
    Current Setup:
    Shen SB90. Engelhardt C-1. G&L L200 30th Anniversary. Fender Standard Jazz. Hofner Icon BB. Sterling by Music Man Ray 34 CA. Markbass LMII. Fender Rumble 300. TC Electronic RS210
    Favorite Genres:
    Rock&Roll. Blues. Country Western. Western Swing. Bluegrass. Rockabilly. Classic Rock. Motown.
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    High Grass Trio. Bulletproof Blues
    Previously Owned Gear:
    soundgear 300dx. Fender Marcus Miller 4 string. G&L L-2000, Fender MIJ '57 P bass. Peavey Basic 112, Schroeder Mini 12 R+, Epifani PS112 Fender Aerodyne Jazz
    G.A.S. List:
    50th Anniversary Fender Jazz Bass. G&L JB. G&L L1500. G&L JB2 Engelhardt Swingmaster.
    Influences and Teachers:
    Steve Harris,James Jamerson, Jack Bruce,Duck Dunn, Berry Oakley and John Paul Jones, Elmore James, Eric Clapton. Jerry Jemmott, Willie Dixon, Slap bass, Blues Bass and Rock and Roll Bass. Chuck Berry. Johnny Johnson.Boogie Woogie. Bill Black. Lee Rocker. Brian Setzer. Marshall Lytle. Marshall Grant. Nashville. Dorsey Burnette of The Rock & Roll Trio
    Upright bass teacher Steve Marks.
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Reading, praying, loving my family. Rockabilly slap bass. Chasing my tail and being obsessive. The Presidential Election. Driving standard shift. Avoiding all kinds of work at home. Bitchin' about my neighbors.
    I've had an interest in music since my early childhood which started with my birth in 1967. My fathers taste in country and my mothers in pop. I Discovered Elvis immediately following his death as I did the Beatles following John Lennons death. My first musical instrument was the Alto Sax which I was playing in Band during my J.H.S. days. Early in High School, I became a bassist like my musical hero, Steve Harris of Iron Maiden. Then, after about a year of bass playing, my interests changed and I didn't pick up a bass again until I was 35. F.Fwd. 14 years and here we are. Playing upright in the High Grass Trio covering early Elvis, Bill Halely Johnny Cash, Hank Williams and a slew of old folk and bluegrass songs. Living the Dream. Thank you Father.

    Signature

    Fender Rumble Club #206