SEEKINGBand to Join, Background Singer, Drums, Electronic Music, Lead Guitar, Vocalist.
I've been playing guitar since I was a kid in the late 70's. Took several years off to go to school and start a career that pays the bills. I've been playing classic rock with some guys from the old days, but I'm looking to play newer music with an updated sound and a bit of an attitude.
Looking for people that are motivated to play, want to keep it fun, are interested in playing out a few times a year or however often it shakes out. (Not looking to gig every week.)
Still willing to play some of the classic rock tunes that aren't fully beat into the ground, (No Skynyrd, Seeger, Stephenwolf, etc.) but want to focus more on energetic rock from the 80's to today. The idea is to start with covers to build a library, find our direction, build some chemistry, and maybe get into some originals.
I'm looking to build something fun, energetic, and fresh.
I play rhythm and lead guitar, and can cover a few of the backup vocals. Looking for another guitar player to split the leads and rhythm with. Need vocals, and drums for sure, and am open to electronic players or whatever else it takes to get there.
ha fi lt er at gm ail d o t c o m to bounce around ideas.
- Screen name:
- Member since:
- Aug 07 2016
- Active within 24 hours
- Level of commitment:
- Moderately Committed
- Years playing music:
- Tend to practice:
- 2-3 times per week
- Most available:
All over the place. In no particular order, a few that come to mind for the newer side of this project:
Muse, The Heavy, LCD Soundsystem, INXS, The Cult, Kasabian, The Crystal Method, The Fixx, Cage the Elephant, Kings of Leon, NIN
- Rhythm Guitar:
- Lead Guitar:
- Background Singer:
Several stage quality guitars. (Fender, ESP, Reverend, etc.)
Line 6 Helix
Roland guitar synth
FRFR,Line 6, and Peavy amps.
Laptop w/ Cubase 8
Muse Uprising Cover
Muse Uprising Cover Genre: Alternative
Muse Uprising Demo - I'm still learning how to record with my DAW, so this isn't studio quality, but you get the idea. The drums and bass are sequenced, but I played & recorded the guitars and guitar synth myself.