Karl EH Seigfried
Karl EH Seigfried is a critically acclaimed bassist and guitarist of the music scene in Chicago. He has played and recorded in almost all musical styles... jazz, classical, country and rock, folk, avant-garde and with twenty-five recordings and an intense live activity has always received rave reviews both international critics and the public.
He has collaborated with leading international music including, among others: Ernest Dawkins, Jimmy Ellis, Nicole Mitchell, Jeff Parker, Bobby McFerrin, Fred Hopkins, Peter Kowald, Nik Turner, Roscoe Mitchell, Fred Anderson, Henry Grimes, George Lewis, Bertram Turetzky, Calvin Weston (drummer of Ornette Coleman), James "Blood" Ulmer, Derek Bailey, Marc Ribot, James Carter, Todd Rundgren (Utopia), Jack Walrath (Charles Mingus Quintet), John Helliwell (Supertramp) Jay Beckenstein (Spyro Gyra), Vernon Reid (Living Colour), Nik Turner (Hawkind).
About Velvet He says:
“Velvet strings are the only strings I will put on my 19th-century German bass. On stage and in recording studios, they Shops provide a powerful sound for classical (only, chamber, orchestral), jazz (traditional, modern, avant-garde), country, and rock. Velvet strings always a project centered That tone can be heard Clearly in any ensemble."
Uses Garbo Set