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Contact me via: bigorgan at gee-male dot com
Find me on f'book by adding /bigorgan to the end
I am an experienced Keyboard Player with professional equipment, transport, good sense of humour, good energy and a professional attitude. 100% reliable, ego free, team player available to join new band or existing band. I'm interested in talking to anyone that wants a Hammond Organ sound so I can get the old Leslie out again but will give anything consideration as long as the people are good people. I'm happy to work as a second Keys player just adding a bit of Hammond and more if required.
I am a none smoking, hardly drinking and drug free.
I enjoy a post show curry and beer when the itinerary allows. :-)
Get in touch, via the info at the top - shouldn't take much to figure out the "at" needs swapping for an @ and "dot" needs swapping for a full stop with no spaces anywhere.
- Screen name:
- Splitpin - Hammond n Keys Player
- Member since:
- Jan 28 2010
- Active within 1 week
- Level of commitment:
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
Rick Wright, Jon Lord, Don Novello, Jimmy Smith, Mike Mangam and many many more from all sorts of genres.
Hammond XK-3 Organ
Leslie 770 Speaker (ex Rod Argent)
Mainstage rig for all Synth Piano Orchestral Sounds
Mackie Stage Mixer (2 x XLR outs for FOH - XLR/Jack return for monitors)
Pedal Board with everything on loomed for quick setup and break down.
Full flight cases for all except Leslie Speaker. This can be arranged if required for a tour.
In-Ear Monitors (Run from my own mixer - single XLR monitor feed in)
Keys and Rack Stands.
Tea Bags and Sugar. :-)
Run Like Hell - Using My Mainstage Rig
Run Like Hell - Using My Mainstage Rig Genre: Cover/Tribute
Recorded on an MP3 recorder at the back of the room hence you can hear the enthusiastic audience member. :-) :-)
Comfortably Numb - Using My Mainstage Rig
Comfortably Numb - Using My Mainstage Rig Genre: Cover/Tribute
Pink Floyds Comfortably Numb recorded on an MP3 recorder at the back out of the room hence you can hear the enthusiastic audience member that was banished to the back of the theatre. :-) :-)