Aaron Christiansen

Chris' House

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    About hanging out at my friend Chris' house after band practice and getting ripped.

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Vocalist - Soprano, Vocalist - Alto.


Hi. I am currently looking for a singer/lyricist, preferably female, to work on some music along the spectrum between Cocteau Twins and Mazzy Star. Heavy on ambience and mood.

I can be reached at proletkult_us on yahoo email.

Screen name:
Aaron Christiansen
Member since:
May 31 2019
Active within 1 week
Level of commitment:
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
10 to 50
Available to gig:
2-3 nights a week
Most available:

Instrument experience:

Rhythm Guitar:
Electronic Music:
Lead Guitar:


Guitars: Gibson Les Paul Studio Gem, SG3, Lomic Apollo, Supro Hampton, PRS 275 Baritone, Guild s200 Thunderbird, Reverend Warhawk 390, Schecter T S/H 12 string. Epiphone ES-335 Pro, Squier Vintage Modified Jaguar Bass
Amps: Bugera V55 (x2), Bugera BC30, Peavey VT 50 212 classic
Pedals: Empress Effects: Echosystem; Electro Harmonix: Mel 9, C9, Synth9, ModRex, Nano Stone Phase Shifter, Attack/Decay, Electric Mistress, Pulsar, Memory Boy Deluxe, Ocean's 12; JHS Muffaletta; Blakemore Effects Dreamsicle; Black Arts Toneworks Coven; Digitech JamMan Delay, Dirty Robot, Obscura, Nautila, Polara ; Keeley Vibro-Verb & Verb-O-Trem; AMT Electronics V1, F1, M2, O2, S2 preamps; Boss SY 300 guitar synth; Mooer Ocean Machine, ModFactory; Zander Circuitry Exosphere; Pigtronix Philosopher's Tone, Tremvelop; MXR 10 Band EQ; TC Electronics Flashback Triple Delay, Mimiq; Dunlop Crybaby Wah, GigFX Frampton signature wah; Zoom: MS-50g, MS-70cdr; Tech 21: Rotary Choir, Blonde; Lexicon MX400; Digitech Studio Quad

Tascam DP-32SD digital recorder. Some mics (Rode, Shure, I think a couple AKGs) I currently run in a three amp set-up, left/center/right, kind of like Brian May, except I run a separate effects loop on the center channel than the L/R channels.