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I began guitar training at eight years old as a classical student. I progressed to early acoustic blues (ie- Son House, Lead Belly, Robert Johnson). I kept progressing to Hard Rock and Metal, and eventually landed on early 90's alternative and hard rock, but my sound is always evolving (as it should).
I have played in many bands over the years performing on the stage to the recording booth and everything in between.
I have taught guitar and music theory since i was eighteen.
I have also been one of three judges for Guitar Center's "King of the Blues" competition. This is a guitarist completion that is very much templated after the "got talent" and "Idol" type shows. Extremely fun thing to do, and the networking opportunities are amazing.
I love to write, perform, arrange, and record. Music is my passion and my mistress.

Screen name:
Member since:
Oct 13 2014
Active over 1 month ago
Level of commitment:
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
Over 100
Tend to practice:
More than 3 times per week
Available to gig:
4-5 nights a week


-Jane's Addiction
-Alice In Chains
-Mother Love Bone
-Temple of the Dog
-Mad Season
-Pearl Jam
- Soundgarden
-A Perfect Circle
-Faith No More
-Mr. Bungle
- Guns n' Roses
- Stevie Ray Vaughn
- Pantera
- Aerosmith
- Ozzy Osbourne
- Black Sabbath
(And everything in between, from Wagner to Miles Davis and Charles Mingus...big into Robert Johnson and Son House. )


- Gibson Les Paul '60 Reissue
- Gibson SG '61 Reissue
- Classic Harmony Resonator
- Marshall Bluesbreaker
- Other assorted Marshalls and Orange Amps, cabs, and heads.
- Assorted six / twelve string acoustics
- Classical Guitar by a Luthier friend