mikemcdonald2nd
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SEEKING

Band to Join, Acoustic Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Vocalist.

ABOUT

For two years I’ve been trying to lift a Staind cover band off the ground. I’m a vocalist and I’ve given a lot of thought to the best songs I’m capable of performing and I’ve practiced my parts through and through (lead vocals and rhythm/acoustic guitar). However, every personal friend of mine who’s expressed interest has eventually just fallen out of favor or interest altogether, so here I am. I’m 22 years old and am looking to jam with those closer to my age, but really anyone who’s willing to try out with me is welcome to. I live in the northern RI area but I am willing to travel out within an hour for bandmates. I’ve a number of mates in other 2000s hard rock cover outfits, and I’d love to finally join them on stage. I started a page for the band which I will attach below.
This is my first band I’ve ever really attempted to form, so pardon any ignorance on my part, but this is what I know I’m looking for:
Drummer
Bassist
Lead guitarist (I own Mike Mushok's signature baritone guitar if you wish to use it)
Backing vocals (from any member)
Anyone with live sound engineering experience (I have little)
Anyone with a sizable practice space (I live in an uncomfortably small house, no room)
Anyone with experience booking gigs
Anybody who’s willing to give this a shot with me, feel free to reach out. Thanks in advance.
s://./BreaktheCycleStaindTribute/

Screen name:
mikemcdonald2nd
Member since:
Dec 27 2019
Active within 24 hours
Level of commitment:
Committed
Years playing music:
7
Gigs played:
Under 10
Tend to practice:
2-3 times per week
Available to gig:
1 night a week
Most available:
Nights

Influences

Hard rockers from the late 90s and onward.

Instrument experience:

Vocalist:
Moderate
Acoustic Guitar:
Moderate
Rhythm Guitar:
Intermediate
Lead Guitar:
Intermediate
Bass Guitar:
Beginner

EQUIPMENT

ESP LTD EC-400AT Goldtop
ESP LTD TL-6 Spalted Maple
PRS SE Mike Mushok Baritone
'80s Alvarez-Yairi Acoustic Electric

Peavey Vypyr Series (75W/100W)