Eddie Breckenridge

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Ed Breckenridge
Eddie Breckenridge.jpg
Background information
Born (1979-11-15) November 15, 1979 (age 35)
Origin Orange County, California
Genres Post-hardcore, experimental rock, melodic hardcore, alternative rock, space rock, neo-prog
Instruments Bass, keyboards
Associated acts Thrice, Angels & Airwaves
Notable instruments
1976 Gibson Grabber

Eddie Breckenridge (born Edward Carrington Breckenridge on November 15, 1979) is the bass guitarist of the band Thrice.[1] Breckenridge joined Thrice having virtually no experience playing the bass (he was a skating buddy of soon to be singer/guitarist Dustin and lead guitarist Teppei). He soon convinced his brother Riley to join as the band's drummer. Breckenridge has an elbow problem that prevents him from turning over his left hand fully (making fingering the fret board more difficult than usual). Breckenridge also plays bass in the band Angels & Airwaves.

Discography[edit]

With Angels & Airwaves
With Thrice

Personal life[edit]

He also enjoys surfing, skateboarding, biking, sculpting, and runs a small custom woodworking business.

Breckenridge has contributed ambient noise to an experimental track on Frantic Mantis's debut album via internet collaboration, Bass and acoustic guitar in a Dinosaur Jr. tribute album Felled Trees Where We've Been, and plays bass for the reunited 90's Emo group Knapsack.

Equipment[edit]

  • Walnut/Mahogany home-made Grabber Bass
  • 1976 Gibson Grabber Bass
  • Wine Red Gibson Grabber Bass
  • Epiphone Sheraton semi-hallow body
  • Fender American Precision Bass
  • G&L L-2000 Bass
  • Fender American Deluxe Precision Bass 5-String
  • Fender Bass VI
  • Line 6 M13
  • Line 6 DL4 Delay Modeler (with Line 6 Expression Pedal)
  • Boss RV Digital Reverb
  • Line 6 DM4 Distortion Modeler
  • Line 6 M13
  • ZVEX Fuzz Factory
  • Ampeg SVT Classic Anniversary amplifier head
  • Ampeg SVT-8x10 cabinet
  • Ampeg B-15n
  • Nord Lead 2X 49-Key Synth

References[edit]

  1. ^ Loftus, Johnny. "Thrice". Allmusic. Retrieved 15 August 2011. 

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