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Taught myself how to play a few years ago. Most recently played acoustic guitar (chords) you'd hear on the radio in my local church band. I've been told I can hear tone/pitch really well so, take that for what it's worth. In the end, if we get together and it doesn't pan out, a beer can be arranged to take the ease off of rejection.

Standard 40 hr work week and mid-30's family man. But, would love to spend time playing original or cover music once or twice a week to start. This could range from contemporary christian music to Manchester Orchestra. Doesn't really matter to me.

While I'm quick to make a joke about having jeans with holes in them (truth), I also often focus and get lost in playing and experiencing music, particularly the subtlety of creating something with meaning. I'd rather spend days/weeks working on crafting a piece that means something more than spending 30 min's to just push something out the door.

Screen name:
Member since:
Nov 10 2019
Active within 1 week
Level of commitment:
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
Under 10
Tend to practice:
More than 3 times per week
Available to gig:
1 night a week
Most available:


Contemporary Christian music (radio)
Manchester Orchestra (Atlanta alternative... really into these guys at present)
Foo Fighters (local band you've probably never heard of)
Chris Stapleton (bluesy/country drinking music)
Jimmy Eat World (the earlier stuff)
Master P... well, not really but I like solid bass lines
Elton John, Queen...

Instrument experience:

Acoustic Guitar:
Rhythm Guitar:
Background Singer:


Epiphone Acoustic/Electric
Fender Acoustic
I'd like to get a nice Martin Acoustic/Electric soon though.
Fender Strat