SEEKINGVocalist, Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar, Bass Guitar, Keyboard, Piano, Harmonica.
Hi, I'm a drummer in the Elgin area. In my quest for playing music and having a great time doing it, I have put together a small informal space to JAM. I have a basic setup, including Amps., Mics. and a Mixer that should work for most musicians. It's not a large space, but it will accommodate 2 Guitars, a Bass, Keyboard, Small Percussion and even a Horn or two.
You can get more information on my website.
RoyalTs dot org
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Please see the About Us, Available Gear and check out some Videos. We are NOT pros. We are just a small group of guys who like to get together once or twice a month for a little Jam Session ... make some music and socialize a bit.
- Screen name:
- Member since:
- Sep 23 2019
- Active within 1 week
- Level of commitment:
- Just for Fun
- Years playing music:
- Tend to practice:
- 2-3 times per week
- Most available:
Classic Rock - Tom Petty, Traveling Wilburys, Stones, Neil Young and others.
Blues - Stevie Ray Vaughn and others
Funk - 70's & 80's
Even some Blues Brother's
- Other Percussion:
I play: Roland TD-11K Electronic Drums with a Peavey KB300 Amp.
I also have: Dejembe, Bongos, Cajon w/ pick-up and various hand held percussions.
I have available for Musicians:
- Fender Rumble 100 - 100Watt 1x15
- Crate GLX1200H 120Watt head w/ a rebuilt Peavey 4x12 120W Speaker cab.
- Peavey Bandit 112 - 80Watt 1x12
- Acoustic G120H DSP - 120Watt head Acoustic G412A - 4x12 Speaker cab.
- Rowin Tiny Looper
- A No Name Brand House Guitar and Bass
- Yamaha PSR-E343 Keyboard and a Peavey TKO 80 Amp
Everything is patched into a mixer. Headphones available. I do record some sessions for review.
Remember, this is for fun. No one is getting paid or charged any money. I do this for the fun and enjoyment of making music with other musicians. No egos here and please don't bring one either. All you need to bring is a positive attitude and your instrument(s) and accessories. Let's see where this goes