Dino Monoxelos

One-on-one conversation with “The Ampeg Guy” includes valuable advice, career highlights and lots more!

Exclusive video interview with FBPO’s Jon Liebman
July 27, 2016

A native of Dracut, MA, Dino Monoxelos has been a bass player since the age of 13. After ten years of “active duty” on the New England club scene, Dino relocated to Los Angeles, where he attended the Musicians Institute. Among his bass teachers at MI were Bob Magnusson, Putter Smith, Jeff Berlin, Gary Willis, Steve Bailey, Alexis Sklarevski, Jim Lacefield and Tim Bogert. Back in the Boston area, Dino studied with longtime Berklee professor Bruce Gertz.

Throughout his career, Dino has shared the stage with Steve Perry, Bernard Purdie, Greg Bissonette, Doane Perry, Tiffany, Chasity Bono, and countless others. He has also performed in the pit orchestras of many Broadway shows, including Fame, Jesus Christ Superstar, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and Sweet Charity.

Monoxelos has enjoyed a prolific recording career, having recorded numerous sessions, demos and jingles. He is an active educator and clinician, currently serving as Senior Product Specialist/Clinician for Ampeg Amplifiers, where he affectionately known as “The Ampeg Guy.”

FBPO’s Jon Liebman caught up with Dino at the 2016 summer NAMM show.

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