Carlitos Cuba

Born and raised in Havana, Cuba, Carlitos Cuba has been on the international Music scene since 2004 when he graduated from the “Conservatory of Music Amadeo Roldan” in Havana, earning his degree of bassist, professor of Bass guitar and professor of ensemble performance.

Throughout his carrier he’s been playing various genres like Pop, Funk, Jazz, Salsa, Latin Jazz, Rock, and has recorded and toured with the famous Cuban artist (Latin Grammy Winner) Pablo Milanes.

He has been residing in Los Angeles,California since 2011 and plays with artists like Andy Garcia & Cineson All Stars, Strunz & Farah, Alvester Martin, Barbara Padilla, David Longoria, Chuchito Valdes (Latin Grammy nominated), Phillip Brandon, Bee Uyen & the Berklee Jazz Band, and others. He is currently touring with Strunz & Farah and Phillip Brandon.

Jedidiah Fowler

Jedidiah Fowler is an experienced bassist in the Christian music scene. Playing in churches and other Christian fellowships since he first started, he has established himself as a more than capable CCM bassist. Inspired by progressive bassists such as Geddy Lee and John Myung, as well as gospel legends like Abraham Laboriel and Terrance Palmer, Jedidiah has always had a flair for unique and creative bass lines. He has also studied at McDaniel College in Westminster, Maryland, where he has expanded his repertoire from rock and gospel to other genres such as jazz, funk, and hip-hop. Additionally, Jedidiah has an aptitude for carpentry and woodworking which he has molded with his love for music. He has created a small luthier business (Fowler Customs) where he designs and builds his own instruments.

“I’ve always found strings to be of the utmost importance in the sound and feel of my bass. A good quality set makes all the difference in the world, and MJC Ironworks has made that difference for me. These strings feel excellent under my fingers and their tone is unmatched—they have truly brought my bass to life.”

Jose Noel Petro

Born in Colombia, Jose Noel Petro is a bassist with more than 15 years musical experience, with scholarships in the Academia Luis A. Calvo and the Escuela Fernando Sor. He has played with a wide-ranging group of artists, including Carlos Vives, Adriana Lucia, Noel Petro, Galy Galiano, South People, Garujazz, The Juan Guillermo Villarreal Trio, Katalina Gonzalez and others. He has participated in masterclasses with Victor Wooten, Billy Sheehan, Abraham Laboriel, Alain Caron, Richard Bona, Alain Perez, Guillermo Vadala and Andres Rotmistrovsky.

Jose currently teaches at Luis A. Calvo, Fernando Sor, and IAM Institute in Colombia.

Dave Welsch

First-Call Bass Player, Dave Welsch, has been been performing all styles of music for nearly 50 years.  He has been featured on both Electric and Acoustic Basses in Jazz, Pop, Rock, Country, Folk, and Musical Theater.  Dave most recently toured with Grammy Award winning Victor Wooten Band, featured on Bass, Trumpet, Keyboards, and Vocals.  He has been an Instructor and Administrator at Victor Wooten’s Center for Music and Nature since it’s inception in 2000.

“I love my MJC Strings! They last long, feel great under my fingers and always sound AWEsome!”

Visit him at www.DaveWelsch.com

Drew Aud

Guitarist, vocalist and songwriter with Western Kentucky’s Insulated, Drew Aud can choose any string he wants, but chooses MJC Ironworks for
his arsenal of guitars.

Jaime Rubio

A Bass player based in Bogotá, Colombia, Jaime Rubio has been actively playing and recording for 10+ years with different projects. Going from pop all the way to punk rock.

His current main bands are “Consulado Popular(punk rock/colombian folk music) and his bass duo project “Los Eddies(funk, hip hop, rock).

Has performed in several music festivals in Colombia and in the United States, where he has shared stage with worldwide renowned artists such as: Chris Cornell (Soundgarden, Audioslave), Electric Light Orchestra (ELO), Manu Chao, among others.

Listen to Consulado Popular:

https://open.spotify.com/artist/7A8fPSWDyJhjCtzHWhprQR

Listen to Los Eddies:

https://open.spotify.com/artist/3tzsrTubemgN84istuflkI

www.soundcloud.com/loseddies

Francisco Rubio

Francisco Rubio is the guitarist for THE TACIT ORDER, a collective of musicians from Puebla, México that began their collaboration in 2005, combining composition
and improvisation… a band characterized by their quality and originality in the studio and on the stage.

“Ever since my bass player started using MJC strings i could not wait for them to make guitar strings. Now they are finally here and they are even better than I imagined – the best strings I’ve ever played!!”

Jan Ingram

Jan Ingram is the bassist for THE TACIT ORDER, a collective of musicians from Puebla, México that began their collaboration in 2005, combining composition
and improvisation… a band characterized by their quality and originality in the studio and on the stage.

“I found MJC Ironworks strings late last year, and fell in love with them. Now I use them on every one of my basses!”

Mason Brown

Mason Brown began his life of music in 4th grade while living in Toronto – he played several instruments throughout his school years, but stuck with his original pick, the bass guitar.

Like most other musicians, he has been in numerous bands and played many styles/genres of music ranging from traditional folk to funk and metal. His biggest passion is making original rock music.

He is currently the bass guitarist for the up-and-coming band, In Crimson, based out of South Bend. The group has been highly sought out and has a busy schedule ahead.

” I was in Louisiana about two years ago at a local music shop and the person behind the counter suggested I try some strings he just got in. That was my first set of MJC Ironworks strings. I was floored by the quality of sound! I immediately bought another set for another one of my basses. Same result! Since that day, I have been exclusively using and promoting these great strings from MJC Ironworks. Nothing else even comes close! “

Stu Cook

Stu Cook, who along with his best pal Doug “Cosmo” Clifford, has provided the underpinning for some of the most classic American Rock ‘n’ Roll of the last forty-odd (and we do mean odd) years – Creedence.

He is one of a small handful of electric bassists who have helped define the genre, truly deserving of the legend status that his induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame suggests. Besides keeping the flame burning for CCR, Stu was also a member of the country-rock group, Southern Pacific, and along with Cosmo, nailed down the groove for the acclaimed Don Harrison Band. About the current state of affairs Stu says, “There’s still some meat on the bone, baby.”

More at http://creedence-revisited.com/