Band to Join, Vocalist, Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar, Drums, Other Percussion, Trumpet, Keyboard, Piano, Background Singer, Harmonica, Banjo, Mandolin, Trombone, Upright bass, Cello, Ukulele, Clarinet.


I am willing to play a bass or a guitar, it doesn't matter much to me. I'm willing to sing too if needed. I sing somewhere in the baritone register. Playing guitar and bass since age of 14 (25 yrs plus). Very little live experience outside of my living room or back yard in the last couple of decades. If a live gig ever came, I know I can pick it back up without much problem.

I'm open to any genre other than things like modern auto-tuned harmonizer-saturated country and pop music or most new radio rock/metal (the unsavory songs that repeat over and over like that five finger death punch or whatever). I'll give everything a fair chance, but those types of things I avoid.

Although a death metal or black metal band would surely be fun, I'd like to have the option to play out too, so something that could appeal to a wider audience, like bar-band type rock and blues stuff, or rock/prog rock/metal project would be good. Covers are fine, if that works out, originals can come later?

Unfortunately I do NOT currently have a practice space where "live" volume or drums can be used without probable police visits.

I'm even open to any recording collaboration too. If you have a song or two you want to work on, or a song or set list in mind, run it by me: logano.911 at the g mail. text 720 + 593 + 1045

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Jun 04 2016
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Level of commitment:
Moderately Committed
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
Under 10
Tend to practice:
2-3 times per week
Available to gig:
2-3 nights a week
Most available:


I can never name anything off the top of my head, but things on my recent musical radar: Witherfall, Nevermore, Marty Friedman, Jeff Loomis, Dream Theater, Sons of Apollo, Soilwork, Paul Gilbert, Megadeth, Testament.

Guitar lessons I took in college years ago were in jazz, so I have at least some limited scale and chord understanding, and can escape the "pentatonic box" most of the time. Lately, I've been working a lot on my rock/jazz improv/solos. My rhythm playing has always been pretty good no matter what the style.

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I'm quite a collector. Want to buy something?
I have sufficient guitar gear, bass gear. Plus a slew of microphones and a small 100W PA w two 12" cabinets.

My pile o' stuff would probably work fine in a small to medium club/bar, wedding, practice space, garage, wherever.