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61 year old male. Happily married for 30 years with one son who is now on his own in Cleveland as a mechanical engineer (I am a Carnegie Mellon graduate mechanical engineer). No more work as an engineer to pay the bills and raise a family. Basement Player for many many many years. Only played with one person (drummer), excellent drummer just not dependable. Rhythm guitar player here. I sing to many songs but I like and need to have the words in front of me. LOOKING TO MEET OTHERS, then go from there. Go for it. Semi-retired and very fun, smart and peaceful. Just have been waiting and strumming til the right moment, which hopefully is when this pandemic is over. Never gigged. So its gonna be exciting for me. Todays date 6/1/21.

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Member since:
Mar 23 2018
Active within 1 week
Level of commitment:
Very Committed
Years playing music:
Tend to practice:
More than 3 times per week
Available to gig:
4-5 nights a week


I like to play "Same Old Blues" by Clapton/Petty, Lover of the Bayou by Mudcrutch/Tom Petty, Folsom Prison Blues, Helpless, Stray Cat Blues by the stones, the Weight, Sympathy for the Devil, Dead Flowers, Peaceful Easy Feeling, Tweeter and the Monkeyman by the Traveling Wilburys, Kryptonite, Street Fighting Man, Powderfinger, Its Good to be KIng (Petty), Sunshine of your Love, Bitch, Hang Fire, It don't Come Easy (Ringo Starr), Brown Sugar, Midnite Rambler, You got me Rocking, You Wreck Me (Petty), White Rabbit, I HOPE YOUR HAPPY (Blue October), Fade Into You, The Letter, Maggie May, San Francisco, Angie, After Midnite, White Trash Beautiful ,Closing Time, and A lot of Petty anymore, blah, blah, blah. Love to write my own stuff also. Quite a lot of that.

Instrument experience:

Rhythm Guitar:


-I seem to always play my Les Paul
-Fender Stratocaster and some older guitars
-Marshall JVM 210H with half stack
-Tascam DP-24 Recording Device
-Set of Tama Drums (I never played them, there for somebody else I guess)
-Rockville PA system
-Randall amp, orange crate amp
-Many mic stands, many mics, small amps, drum machine, etc.

**All songs below are Ray Polanski (That is me) on Guitar"