I've seen a million faces and I've rocked them all.
Rainstick, Ukulele, Harmonica, Peavey T60, Peavey T40, Fender American Standard Jazz Bass, Yamaha FG700S, Ash Tone Block, Large Cymbals, Small Drumkits
I took a semester of Voice in college. I barely passed.
Bass on album with former bandmates living in different states
Harbourtowne, World Service
Bass > Electric Bass > 4 String Electric Bass, Amplifiers & Effects > Amplifiers > Bass Amplifiers, Bass > Bass Amplifiers & Effects > Bass Effects
Bob Dylan, Bad Religion, Bon Jovi, ...And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead, Twin Shadow, Wu Tang Clan, A Tribe Called Quest, Iron Maiden, Nirvana, Titus Andronicus, Arcade Fire, Wild Nothing, Killer Mike, El-P, Trash Talk, Minor Threat, Black Flag, The Men, Blood Sweat & Tears, Neil Young, Dinosaur Jr, Husker Du
Good songs with solid drums, Current music that sounds like it could have been recorded in the 80s, Music that was actually recorded in the 80s, Buying CDs and records, Hardcore Punk, 90s Hip Hop, Motown, Indie Rock, Post Hardcore, Pop
The drums are my current interest. Just like with bass, I love a solid rhythm section that perfectly serves the song. I'm all about big, loud cymbals, particularly my Sabian AAXplosion 20in Crash and Meinl Byzance 24in Medium Ride. I like to keep the kit simple with only a kick, snare, and floor tom.
Like most musicians these days, I've dabbled in home recording recently. I've been very happy with using Presonus Studio One and Firestudio Project to capture full band demo recordings. Mackie MR8 monitors and an Akai MPK49 nicely round out a solid, basic home recording set up that I highly recommend for great sound and easy use.
I'm here to help get you the gear you need to make the music you want.