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axisdown187 Committed. As long as there are people who want to write, perform, or just jam, I am there. I will always be the guy everyone knows will show up.
I'm blues lead proficient, metal lead is half 3/4 Dime, I just want to get back to where I'm supposed to be. Rockin it with like-minded people. I'm a bee in "No Rain". I've been in 3 serious bands, the last two toured and produced albums. Was a bassist usually, as guitarists are everywhere, and I know bassists (who can actually shred) are always gonna be needed. But Guntar, 5 String, all the same for me. No real preference either way. .
If I can get to a place where 3 minimum of us are practicing 3 times a week again, and all want to do shows, I'd be shiny. 3 of us, covers/writing, 1 gig a month. That at least I could be content with. Anything beyond that, is gravy.
Previous bands
Liquid Delusion (Blues, rock, metal, tons of originals, 99' - 2001 or so.
Fate of the Fallen (Metal, all originals, Moscow based mostly, Produced 1 studio album, signed a label)

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Member since:
Mar 23 2016
Active over 1 month ago
Level of commitment:
Very Committed
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
50 to 100
Tend to practice:
More than 3 times per week
Available to gig:
6-7 nights a week


Death. Pantera. SRV. Satch. Jimi. Slayer. Tool. Diamond Rio. Ludwig van Beethoven. Antonio Vivaldi. Buddy guy. Muddy Waters.Les Claypoole.
Moreover, My biggest influence determining my style and sound would be the lead guitarist for Liquid Delusion, now in another "Fabulous" band playing any drinkin holiday there is. I sound like the place I learned most, always in a band sitch.
Chuck Shuldiner is my current most profound, though my all time "most admired style' would be Kim Thayil, barring Tommy Shannon if I pick up the 5-string.

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Jam pad./Environment Marshall(UHHHN dnJNN! Hail the Lord of Loud!!-Black Star=ex Marshall R&D) amplification, Strat, B.C Rich Warlock*, 5-string workhorse Stu Hamm Sig, fender bassman, drumkit with assorted extras, 4=track recorder/mixer, mics, midi, and Plastic Easter Egg With Sand In It!!!