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My 3 selected genres there is worthless, it's just not enough. I like mostly Ska, acoustic, hard rock of all kinds, bluegrass, blues would be fun, celtic sure, country why not, covers are fun, metal yeah, funk would be new, reggae should be easy, punk is punk, and yeah bring on whatever. Self taught my self many years ago playing punk, moved to rock and ska as I actually learned how to play. Don't really care what kind of music we play together, I just love playing so I'll play most anything you could think of. I have found my self in several different bands in the punk, metal, rock, and acoustic genres. Also, I've played many house parties and bars and I would love go on tour and I would love to play festivals. I LOVE playing live, it's the best. Basically, lets have have some fun and rock out:) I've uploaded a few songs from a fun/silly/rad project that I do over email with a friend halfway across the country that shows a few styles of my bass playing that you may or may not want. Eventually I'll post some stuff from a rock band I was in. :)

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Member since:
Aug 09 2010
Active within 1 week
Level of commitment:
Very Committed
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
10 to 50
Tend to practice:
More than 3 times per week
Available to gig:
1 night a week
Most available:


Ska, rock, rock 'n' roll, bluegrass, some metal, a little country twang is always fun to throw in there, basically whatever, if it's good i like it and therefore become influenced by it:)

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Bass Guitar:


Johnson acoustic/electric fretless bass (my baby), Hohner acoustic bass, A rediculous sparkly Danelectro, Bentley electric bass (my first bass ever, older than shit but great for rockin'), Ampeg b50r bass amp, fender bxr60 bass amp, And a 100 Watt Bass Master by Yorkville? Never heard of the brand but It has sure worked nicely in many gigs.