Friday Apr 20 2007, 10:48 PM @ 2200 Stemmons Freeway Dallas, TX 75207 From humble beginnings in a basement meeting room of Dallas hotel in 1978, to 120,000 square feet of display space at Dallas Market Hall, the Dallas Guitar Show celebrates 28...
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Well I have not updated this in forever so here is a little background on me.
Music started for me at an early age. My father sang opera and played piano so there was always music around the house. Around the age of 12 or so I got a Tara acoustic guitar. I am not sure if they even make those any more. Anyway from there I went to an Electra electric guitar. I had a buddy who was ripping Eddie Van Halen solos around the age of 14 so he became my guide. The kid was brilliant. There was literally nothing he could not play including classical.
Anyway I started playing in a few bands. I bought a Gibson Les Paul Standard but was primarily doing vocals. I bounced around with bands but mostly played for my enjoyment. I ended up selling my Les Paul (long story) and this time, I had an Ovation 12 string and another electric. However I was just not playing as much so I pretty much stopped for 6 years.
Eventually I had the urge to play again so I had seen all of those Carvin Catalogs and bought a Carvin Cobalt Acoustic. Amazing guitar. By this time, my beautiful wife, WildCherry, had me building a website for her. It was kind of fun to do so I ended up building a site called Guitarstworks.com. Having that site really pushed me into playing more and opened up a whole new world for me. Home recording had me hooked. It was not long after that I bought a Carvin CT6M. What an amazing and stunning guitar! Then I added a Carvin amp and eventually WildCherry bought a Carvin custom Bass.
GuitaristWorks lasted about 2-3 years and we changed the name to iMusicScene in order to appeal to all musicians and not be specific to only one instrument. iMS was beginning to grow when the Mixposure domain was set to expire. Obviously we acquired the domain but at a hefty price. Hopefully it will work out for everyone in the long run!
Thanks for reading my bio and checking out my page. Most of all though, thanks for being a part of Mixposure.