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My name is Daniel and I've been tattooing on and off since I was a little kid (13). I learned real tattooing at West Coast Tattoo on Hollywood bl. I used a Spaulding and Rogers Puma back then. When I had my shops in L.A. and Costa Rica I used an 80s Superior, a Kaplan, a S&R Puma, and a brass Coastal swing gate. Since I got back from Central America, and not sure if I'm gonna open another shop or try and hook up with an existing shop who wants help with their walk-in clientele, I've picked up a couple more Pumas, a Stinger and a National Deluxe. I like doing a variety of styles but I try and stay true to what I was taught at West Coast.

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