Quite literally since my brain was biologically capable of retaining anything (3-4 years old), I've loved music. Ever since I was in a car seat I'd ask my mom to "put the power guitar on" at the time that meant Green Day and Linkin Parks radio hits. But as my tastes refined past the radio I fell in love with Hard Rock, Grunge, Heavy/Groove/Thrash/etc. Metal, and most things in between. Mostly thanks to my mother's tastes in music (Alice in Chains was often her drug of choice). Going into middle school I failed to get my elective preference sheet turned in so I was placed randomly in concert band. I decided to play the French Horn. Eventually I developed an appreciation and love for symphonic music as well. Band swept me away and I continued with various music programs through high school. I've played at many band festivals and competitions and they were amazing every time. Especially the ones at Disneyland cause we got free tickets for the day. I even managed to march in the Rose Parade with the LA All-city Marching Band. So here I am today.. having graduated and not knowing what to do with my life I looked to my past and saw 2 things; musical knowlege and a love for all things rock \m/ I'm currently learning to play the guitar so that I can put them together. And thanks for actually reading my lame-ass life story.

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Member since:
Jun 23 2017
Active over 1 month ago
Level of commitment:
Very Committed
Years playing music:
Tend to practice:
More than 3 times per week
Available to gig:
6-7 nights a week


My favorite bands and eventually influences include (in no particular order):
- Alice In Chains
- Nirvana
- Audioslave
- Temple of the Dog
- Soundgarden
- Pearl Jam
- Mad Season
- Metallica/Megadeth
- System of a Down
- Dethklok
- Iron Maiden
- Pantera
*This was a difficult list to make as I like many other bands.

Instrument experience:

Acoustic Guitar:
Rhythm Guitar:
Lead Guitar:


I've got my own guitar, amp, and stuff but nothing else. I use an Epiphone SG special with a Fender Princeton Chorus.