I always hated filling out these bios, mainly cause I have always been a bit of a quiet person. I would much rather have someone ask me a question about myself so I can give them a more honest answer, instead of just trying to pretty much sell myself. But, since more than likely if you're reading this, you're probably wanna know something about me, lets get some of the main things out of the way. If its not enough, there's a little "message" button that you can use to find out more.
Music has always been important to me, its one of my greatest loves in the world and it truly is the international language. Ive always been more into the rock and metal scene more than anything else, but good music will always be good music.
I started playing the guitar and bass when I was 15, played just about everyday up until I hit my early 20's. At that point, my friends at the time got me into the electronic scene (synths, beatboxes, sampling, ect) and I started dabbling in techno, rap and pop. After a few years, I started working at Ibanez and Tama drums, was a big fan of the game Rock Band, and one day I sat at a drum kit and found that everything that I learned from the game transferred right over to a real drum kit, and the drums have been my favorite instrument since (there's just something about using your whole body to make music, love it). Although I don't play as much as I used to, it would be nice to meet someone that enjoys music as much as I do, or to even get me back into writing and/or jamming together.
I love to drive. There's just something about hitting the road with someone close to you, listening to some good tunes and hopefully opening up some really good conversations. I do love to talk, and I love to ask questions even more (guess you can say im a learner). I always believed that just one question can spark a great conversation.
There's a lot more that I can type, but hey, I cant write everything down.
I'm a simple kind of man. A first date can be like a first impression, you only get one. I would much rather take a walk or go to dinner with someone to get to know them personally. There's only so much you can really tell about a person by reading there text in a box, theres hardly any emotion involved.