"Dominic has the best feel and notes of any bass player I have ever heard. He is the music bass man!”
In light of this effusive statement by the legendary Rolling Stones producer, it’s hard to believe that Dominic didn’t pick up a bass guitar until he was 20 years old. He soon found himself touring the clubs of Europe with his first band, often for months at a time -a tireless work ethic that would set the tone for Dominic’s musical career.
Whether in the studio or on the road, the one consistent element in an ever-changing lineup of musical situations has been Dominic’s use of Gallien-Krueger amps. “Amps are tools and for me, it’s always been a case of choosing the right tool for the job. I’ve yet to find myself in a situation where my GK doesn’t deliver on every level. Tone and unfaltering reliability. What more could you want?!”.
Whether it’s recording albums with appearances by the likes of Iron Maiden’s Adrian Smith (Celtic Pride -Light Up The Sky) or playing the hallowed musical turf of Donington with Buck & Evans, it’s the Gallien-Krueger 2001RB and accompanying 115 and 410 RBH that have delivered every time.