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Robert Waterson

Bath, United Kingdom

Model, Musician

www.facebook.com/pages/Rob-Waterson-Artist-Model-Bath/351424721689389?ref=hl

Hello there, I'm friendly, approachable, non-egotistical in my playing. Comfortable with both lead and rhythm playing, I go for subtlety, finesse and "feel", and think about what fits the song. I don't read music but I do have the ability to listen and pick up songs quickly. I also work as a Life Model for local colleges and I can be available for freelance work, evenings and weekends. Art Classes and Studio work preferably, Photography also considered. Thanks for reading, Rob.

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Robert Waterson | Bath, United Kingdom | Model, Musician
 
 

Physical Details

Height:
177 cm / 5ft 10in
Waist:
81 cm / 32in
Weight:
78 kg / 171 lbs
Shoe size:
8.0 UK / 9.0 US / 42.0 Euro
Ethnicity:
White / Caucasian
Hair color:
Blonde
Skin color:
Tanned
Hair length:
Long
Eye color:
Blue
Hair type:
Curly
Chest:
106 cm / 42 in

Modeling

Website: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rob-Waterson-Artist-Model-Bath/351424721689389?ref=hl

Modeling experience:
  Part-time model - paid commercial work
Experienced Artist Model sitting for Life, Portraiture and Sculpture classes. Places and companies I work with include City of Bath College of Further Education, Bath Spa University, Bath Artist Studios, University of Gloucestershire.

I also cover hen parties in the South West for Polestars.

Music

Guitar ability:
  Expert
Favorite genres
  • Pop
  • Rock
  • Jazz
  • Country
Influences: QueenThe EaglesSteely DanTotoLittle FeatDoobiesThe Tubes

Keen guitarist, happy to play most genres. Influences include Classic Rock (Queen, Deep Purple, 70's Glam), West Coast (Eagles, Doobies, Steely Dan, Little Feat, Poco), Avant Guarde (Zappa, The Tubes), Philly (Hall & Oates), Fusion (Jeff Beck, RTF, Miles Davis)

Guitarists I admire include Brian May, Jeff Beck, Jeff "Skunk" Baxter, Joe Walsh, Steve Lukather.

My set up is Brian May influenced in that I love the Queen sound (I use a Guild Red Special '93 copy, Treble Booster and Vox AC30), but I like to apply these tools across other genres. Why should be conventional? Think outside the box I say.

I have worked with several local bands, love singing harmonies, and have worked at theatre level.

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