5-String Bass, Lead Vocal
'eating microphones & jumping about a lot'
Ian uses a Musicman Stingray 5 Bass
guitar with RotoSound Swing-Bass medium-light (35-55-70-90-120) strings.
Ian's bass-rig is a 700 watt Peavey
Firebass 700 head, with a 1200 watt
Peavey 412TXF (4 x 12 with horn)
Ian uses a Shure 'Beta' SM58A Microphone
(the others don't taste so nice).
The PA is a German 1 kW DynaCord
Powermate 1000 stereo powered-mixer (must be a joke in there somewhere
about "vays off mekink you tok").
The speakers are super-efficient
Danish, Jamo Professional Audio PA 5001's.
Foldback is by powered Italian dbOpera
Seale has also been seen masquerading as Colonel Jonathan
"Jack" O'Neill in 'Stargate SG-1'.
is he kidding by using the name of Richard Dean Anderson?)
plays the part of Colonel Jonathan "Jack" O'Neill is commanding officer
of team SG-1 (OK, so far).
When he joined the Air Force at 18 years of age, O'Neill proved himself
to be an exceptional and gifted (gets better)
and was later assigned to a special forces unit. He resigned
from service when his son Charlie died by accidentally shooting himself
with O'Neill's gun (oh, crap!)
. O'Neill never recovered from the loss, which drove his wife to
eventually leave him (I don't want to play
anymore) . O'Neill was recalled by his
former commanding officer to go through the Stargate precisely because
of his willingness to die (I definitely don't
want to play anymore) . Instead, the
mission gave him a new desire to live (oh,
Guitar & Backing Vocals
Chris uses a selection of guitars
and will alternate between Strat, Tele, Melody Maker and Les Paul
Chris's rig is a Fender Hot Rod Deluxe
combo with a Marshall cabinet. Effects are POD, Digitech and a Line6
Drums, Assaulted Percussion,
'audience reaction analyst'
- erect nipples, that sort of
Kev uses a Yamaha 9000 'recording
custom' kit with Zildjian cymbals, on a Gibraltar rack.
When we need to mic-up the kit, Kev
uses AKG and Shure percussion microphones through a Behringer Eurorack
is also a fictional character in
'Roy of the Rovers'.
was first featured in the story 'Kevin's Chance' which started on 30th
August 1986. Kevin had joined third division Selbridge United under
the Youth Training scheme and was portrayed as a harmless young tearaway
(a bit out of character). He had initially
had a weakness in his left foot (hi-hat, yeah
understandable), but managed to overcome it
In February 1987, Kevin signed for Melchester Rovers as a 17 year old (little
economical with the truth) right winger, but
was also well adept at playing in midfield or in the forward line.
Kevin became known as "The Poacher" (due to
the shotgun he always carried around with him)
and became a regular goalscorer and was part of the group of players who
were given the "Melchester Minors" tag due to (their
desire for young flesh) the influx of youth
team players following the Basran disaster. Kevin stayed with Melchester
Rovers but left with a number of other players following the bribery (remarkably
realistic) scandal in 1995/1996 season.
Kevin besides being a tricky forward got up to too many tricks away from
football (they might know him)
and served time at Her Majesty's Pleasure for fraud (God,
they do know him). His current whereabouts
are unknown (and that's the way he likes it).