DigiTech: DG-DDM Death Metal Xtreme Distorion Pedal
Ashton: AB 2 Bass Gig Bag
Samick: FV25 MBK Flying V Electric Guitar (Black)
Ashton Music: BA15 15 Watt Bass Amplifier
Ashton Music: AB2 Bass Guitar (Blue)
Silvertone: Smart IIIs 10W Guitar Amplifier
Hot Line: 10FT Guitar Lead Straight Plug
Dean Markley Signature Series: Medium 11-52 NickelSteel Electric
Hot Line: 10FT Guitar Lead One Straight Plug, One L Plug x2
Korg: Chromatic Guitar Tuner (Black)
CNB: Flying V Hard Case
Favorite bands :
Beware, the following list is very....broad....Met allica, The Sex Pistols, Murderdolls, Sevendust, ACDC, Our Lady Peace, Guns N' Roses, Velvet Revolver, Orgy, SlipKnoT, KoRn, Pantera, Nine Inch Nails, My Chemical Romance, Motley Crue, Megadeth, Marilyn Manson, KISS, Jack Off Jill, Iron Maiden, HIM, Eighteen Visions, Arch Enemy, Dragonforce, Dope, Dimmu Borgir, Deadstar Assembly, Black Sabbath, Avenged Sevenfold, Rage Against The Machine, Audioslave, Alien Ant Farm, AFI, Green Day, Three Days Grace, Yellowcard, White Stripes, Wednesday 13, Van Halen, Trivium, The Used, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, The Rasmus, The Ramones, The Misfits, The Cure, System of A Down, Stone Sour, Linkin Park, Shadows Fall, Secondhand Serenade, Rise Against, Rancid, Powerman 5000, Nickelback, GWAR, Lordi, Slayer...etc...
Favorite guitarists :
I rate a guitarist by his ability to make a good riff, or to perform it, not just their speed...
John 5, James Hetfield, Kirk Hammet, Dave Mustaine, Angus Young, Mick Thompson, Herman Li, Tom Morello, Dimebag Darrell, DreGGs, Steve Jones, Billie Joe Armstrong, Michael Amott, Christopher Amott, The Dro, Cliff Burton and Les Claypool (Bassists but still)
Favorite books :
Most Stephen King books...anything mythical or horror related really...of course there's always my Jazz tab books...
Favorite tv :
Rage is my most watched program at the moment...then probably Chasers War on Everything....
Favorite movies :
Nightmare Before Christmas, Corpse Bride, Edward Scissorhands, Anchorman, ACDC Live at Donington, Metallica: The Videos, Rage Against The Machine: Live at the Olympic Auditorium, Some Kind of Monster (Aren't they absolute idiots? I think Lars had the right idea though)...there is more I just don't wanna list them right now...
I'm an averagely skilled bassist, and a slightly worse guitarist, I've been playing bass seriously for 1 and a half years now, I've had it for a bit longer, and I've been playing guitar for about 6 months, I also know how to play drums and percussion (Albeit not extremely well as I have nothing to practice on). I play in two local bands, but they are really just the same band with one member taken out. We have played a few gigs, but mostly just little side things like performing at a Brighton Disco. The most viewed gig we've played would probably be the Community Performance 'The Gig in The Gardens' (Tons of local bands just get up and perform for passers-by) which was fun. I also play in a local Stage Band (Jazz Band) and Concert band as well as an acoustic Guitar Ensemble. In practically all of these I am playing Bass. Stage Band and a friend who plays bass helped me develop my slap technique, my friend said "Use it for anything, even Master of Puppets" and then he showed Master of Puppets slapped....and then I showed him about 5 months later. I was the only one truly interested in Metal in my band, so I taught both our guitarists some Metallica stuff (Master of Puppets, Seek and Destroy, For Whom the Bell Tolls, etc.), they still play mostly rock, but we may very well be performing some Metallica soon, if not I will make a cover band with some of the metal fans, and it'll all be good.
Anyway, that's me, thanks for listening...