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So much fun to play that even our resident drummer Joe Bradley had to play some bass. Slap bass. Funk slap bass. He can't help himself.

Guest drumming duties were done by Danny Sapko.

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Chowny SWB-1 bass (in Ash) Active
Little Marcus head
Markbass 4 x 10 cab
Tascam us-1641interface
Ludwig Breakbeats by Questlove drums
Yamaha EAD10 Drum Module
Chowny Studio Jams Joe Bradley On SWB 1 Active Bass
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