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" I wanted to let you know that I received the sample sets of both your electric guitar strings and bass strings. I have tried them out and love them! Although I was recently offered an endorsement from ___ _______, i have to go with the string company that I feel in my heart makes the better strings. For me it is Sfarzo! "

Jesse James Scott has had a long career in performing and teaching. After graduating from San Rafael High School in Marin County California, he received a scholarship to study the Bass at the prestigious New England Conservatory of Music, in Boston, Massachusetts. While at the Conservatory he won a concerto competition for the Marin Symphony; toured with summer festivals in Germany, Italy, France, Spain as well as the United States; recorded with the Taipei Symphony on the live Air Supply album "Now and Forever" on Giant Records; and performed with the Boston Philharmonic.

 


After graduating with his Bachelors in 1996 Jesse was awarded a scholarship to The Boston Conservatory of Music where he double majored in Education and Bass Performance. After earning his double masters in 1998 he returned home to start teaching music at Novato High School. One year later he began teaching at Brandeis Hillel Day School in Marin and has been there ever since. In his spare time, Mr. Scott performs and tours nationally with the Van Halen Tribute band "HOT FOR TEACHER." He also has his own Bar Mitzvah rock cover band named "ALIAS". He gives private lessons on bass and guitar and runs the famous Marin-based summer camp "Rock On."