Tim Wolfe, Jr. (Bass):

Hello, I'm Tim Jr. I occasionally play bass for the Fire City Jazz Band. I first got my taste of music in sixth grade when I picked up the alto sax, which I stopped playing at the end of my freshman year of high school. I had two reasons for ending my stint with the sax: (1) My dad (who happens to be the sax player for FCJB) already played it, and I thought it was unnecessary to have two sax players in the house, and (2) My parents bought me a cheap Squier Bass I asked for at the end of eighth grade.
I started taking lessons the summer between eighth and ninth grade with Jeff Hiner. I started noodling around on the upright bass near the end of my sophomore year of high school, but didn't really start playing it seriously until my junior year. I'm continuing my music career at Lebanon Valley College.
Gear I play a Warwick Corvette Standard and my high school's 3/4 Hans Kroger upright bass into a vintage Peavey bass amp given to me by my grandfather, a seasoned bass veteran.

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Last Updated: 05/04/2005