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Very recently I've come across the band Carnage (thank you LadyHellraiser ) and I listened to the song Blastphemies Of the Flesh and absolutely fell IN LOVE with the tone. It sounds kind of similar to Obituary's tone. Any idea what set up they use?
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low tuning > humbuckers > Boss heavy metal Pedal with everything maxed > Peavey Amp
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low tuning > humbuckers > Boss heavy metal Pedal with everything maxed > Peavey Amp


No.

Not sure what Obituary uses, but a Peavey 6505 should do that.
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you can also turn your amp to face a wall when you play, it helps if you have a close back cab.


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No.

Not sure what Obituary uses, but a Peavey 6505 should do that.


the heavy metal pedal is what the early swedish death metal bands used for their guitar tone, my 5150 which is essentially the same as a 6505 cant get that tone.
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#6
Well, seeing as I know **** about pups and amps I was planning on buying a Jackson WRMG warrior too, think I should switch out the pick ups? If you don't know they're EMG 81/85's
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What amp do you have now, that's going to make a bigger difference in sound compared to guitar/pickups right now.
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What amp do you have now, that's going to make a bigger difference in sound compared to guitar/pickups right now.


Currently just a walmart practice amp, which is why first and foremost I'm going for a new amp.
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Ah, good looks. What does your budget look like?
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#10
Up to like $1200 is possible, but I'm trying to keep it in the $700-$900 range since I'm going to buy an NS-2 noise suppresor too.
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Uhh there was this guy who didn't get any of the questions in some exam so he put 2 pencils in his nose and headbutted the desk.. and died.. that's pretty stupid.


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No.

Not sure what Obituary uses, but a Peavey 6505 should do that.



he is right ya know on the scene using hte boss metal pedal
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That's a good price range man. For sole death metal I would go with a used 5150 or 6505 combo. No need for a stack really. Next in line are the Bugeras: 6262, 6202, 333 (I think those are the models). Used Peavey Ultras or XXX. Used Mesa single Recto....

As for a noise suppressor, I would go with a ISP Decimator. It is like 125 bucks, but one of the best NS's on the market.
Gibson Les Paul Studio
Highway One Telecaster
Dean Evo
Mesa F-50
Laney GH50L
Vox AC30 C2
Ampeg V2
pedals