That's what my friend "Trevorus" calls me. He's right, though. I've played guitar since my senior year in high school (1999-2000) and only picked up bass the last couple years. I always wanted to learn bass, since I figured it would be my best shot at getting in a band. It just so happened there was a guitar in the house that wasn't being used, so I played with that a lot. I forgot about learning bass at that point. I bought a bass from my cousin a few years later, but I didn't play it a lot. Then I sold it to somebody else due to its inactivity. Again, I really didn't pick up the bass for a while. Then a year ago I was asked to fill in for a band whose bass player was going to be out of town, so I happily accepted the invitation. It became a lot of fun to me, and I was invited to play again. Then came Easter 2005. My brother-in-law's church needed a bass player for the Easter services, so I jumped at the chance to play again. I had such a great time, and the worship team liked having me there, so they invited me to play more often. I began playing every other Sunday, but then when they realized I could play guitar, they let me do that, too. Last October I decided to purchase my own bass and bass amp. I was able to pick up a Lakeland bass and a Fender Bassman amp at a reasonable price. I love them! I don't play bass as often at church anymore, but I do get to play once or twice every two months. I don't imagine I'll be spending much time on here, but I figured it might be a good place to check out.