I am a guitarist looking for bass and drummer to collaborate with; to write, record, and play progressive rock influenced instrumentals. I would like to find a bass player who is able to create their own independent lines for the song, with that in mind; they must have the ability to cover guitar lines while melodies, solo's etc, are being played. Once the unit is complete, I would like to record a demo and play open gigs and/or established venues (no particular order). My goal is to play a set list of 75-80% originals with the rest cover songs. The cover songs will be instrumental covers of popular hits. I am open to discussion on cover songs. I understand players have other commitments; however, I am willing to work with musicians who are interested in my songwriting and ultimate goal. I am not set out to change the world and become the next greatest player; however, I would like to see some regional success. Check out my latest uploads on be just keyword search: gerbinger the static line and gerbinger sierra highway Feel free to contact me at regional mapmaker at ya_ho_o_dot com and place BASS PLAYER in the header. Thanks!
- Screen name:
- Dan Geringer
- Member since:
- Dec 20 2010
- Active within 1 month
- Level of commitment:
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- Under 10
- Tend to practice:
- 2-3 times per week
- Most available:
Rush, Kings X, Dream Theater, Steve Stevens, Paul Gilbert, Racer X, Bruce Bouillet, George Lynch, Lynch Mob, Ratt, Dokken, Queensryche, Triumph, Skid Row, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Tesla, The Alarm, TNT, The Fixx, U2, Van Halen, Vinnie Moore, Yes, Yngwie, Alcatrazz, Steeler, Def Leppard, Mother Love Bone, Allen Hinds, Eric Johnson, Honeymoon Suite, Galactic Cowboys, Faster Pussycat, Extreme, Andy Timmons, Badlands, Ozzy, Temple Of The Dog, The Police, The Who, Shotgun Messiah, The Cult, etc.
- Rhythm Guitar:
Fender, Schecter and Gibson guitars, Marshall, Laney, Peavey Bedrock amplification. Minimal pedalboard including but not limited to wah, compression, overdrive, delay and boost.
Freedom and a Full Tank
Freedom and a Full Tank Track number: 3 Year: 2018 Genre: Progressive
Tuning Forks Track number: 1 Year: 2016 Genre: Progressive
Newest song using Logic Pro X. Bass players, if you think are interest and can place bass lines like this down, feel free to contact me.
Sticky Syrup Year: 2015 Genre: Rock
1971 Track number: 4 Year: 2017 Genre: Progressive
Plaid Paper Track number: 2 Year: 2015 Genre: Progressive
Working Title Track number: 5 Year: 2016
Not completely finished, but almost there.