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Jade Puget

Jade Puget

Jade Puget


Jade Errol Puget (born November 28, 1973) is the current guitarist for the band AFI. He has no official solo releases, but he has worked on several remixes of other bands' music, released as either bonus tracks or in his SoundCloud page. He joined AFI in 1998. Before joining AFI, Puget played in various bands, most significantly Loose Change (which shared a 7" with AFI in 1992 when the band first started). This 7", titled "Dork," was AFI's first vinyl), and Redemption 87. Read more on Last.fm
Jade Errol Puget (born November 28, 1973) is the current guitarist for the band AFI. He has no official solo releases, but he has worked on several remixes of other bands' music, released as either bonus tracks or in his SoundCloud page. He joined AFI in 1998. Before joining AFI, Puget played in various bands, most significantly Loose Change (which shared a 7" with AFI in 1992 when the band first started). This 7", titled "Dork," was AFI's first vinyl), and Redemption 87. Puget's recordings with the band include "Black Sails" (1999), "All Hallows" (1999), "Days of the Phoenix" (2001), and "336" (2002) and the full-length CDs "Black Sails in the Sunset" (1999), "The Art of Drowning" (2000), "Sing the Sorrow" (2003), "Decemberunderground" (2006), "Crash Love" (2009) and "Burials" (2013). Puget's influence as a musician contributed to AFI's change over the years, as it is evident from the differences between "Shut Your Mouth and Open Your Eyes" (1997) and "Black Sails in the Sunset" (1999). Puget shares the Straight Edge lifestyle with Davey Havok, AFI's singer.

However, the band itself is not Straight Edge. Puget has a sister, a half-brother, named Gibson, and a younger brother, named Smith, who is AFI's tour manager. Gibson appears in the poem between the end of "...but Home Is Nowhere" and the beginning of "This Time Imperfect" on "Sing the Sorrow" (2003). Puget dropped out of high school at the age of seventeen but still got into UC Berkeley.

Puget joined AFI after completing college (the rest of the band had quit college in order to continue with the band). He has a Bachelor's Degree in Social Theory. Puget has several tattoos, including an "18" on his arm (which was originally a "13"), a cat jumping through a 9 (a tattoo he shares with Nick 13 of Tiger Army and Davey Havok) and the word "Committed" arched across his stomach. On his arms, he has the words "Boys Don't Cry" (an homage to the Cure) and the words "Love Will Tear Us Apart" (a Joy Division tribute). He sports a bleached "mullet-hawk" haircut, as well as some tiny sideburns lovingly dubbed 'Jadeburns' by the fan community. Puget plays Gibson Les Paul Studio Guitars through Mesa Boogie Dual-Rectifier heads and Marshall cabs.

However, he has been known to play a Gibson SG on occasion. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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