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mudshark last won the day on January 24

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About mudshark

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  • Birthday 08/08/1951

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  • guitars
    1994 Daytona, 1994 T-51, 1995 Eclipse, 1995 P-90 Special, 2000 Newport, 1982 Peavey T-27 Limited, 1983 Peavey T-25, 1992 Peavey Predator, 1994 Peavey Forum Bass, Peavey PowerSlide, 2001 Gibson J-45, 2000 Larrivee D-05, 1961 Gibson LG-0, Seagull S-6 Cedar, The Loar LO-16, Regal RC-51 Tri-Cone Resonator, 1984 Ibanez RS-130, 1985 Ibanez Roadstar ii RB 630 Bass
  • amps
    Deluxe clone head with Geezer 1x12 cabinet, Silvertone 1392, Tech 21 Trademark 60, Peavey Blazer 158, Peavey Backstage 30, Peavey Studio Pro 40, Pravey Bandit, Yamaha GA-10, Roland MicroCube, Pignose, Peavey Century 120 bass head and Peavey Monitor 260 head with Peavey 2x10 cabinet..
  • fx
    Hardwire HT-2 Chromatic Tuner, T-Rex Comp Nova Compressor, Seymour Duncan Pickup Booster, electro-harmonix Soul Food overdrive, T-Rex Tonebug Chorus/Flanger, Voodoo Labs Tremolo, Way Huge Aqua-Puss Analog Delay ... and ... Korg Pitchblack Tuner, Boss CS-2 Compressor/Sustainer, Seymour Duncan Pickup Booster, Ibanez TS-9 Tube Screamer, Joyo Termolo, Visual Sound H20 Liquid Chorus & Echo

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    writing, music, chess, photography

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