hi guys. I'm looking for Pantera's Rex Brown sound on The Art Of Shredding song at the beginning. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SXGKJxKj0WM . I know that Rex used EMG's and Dean Markley strings with pick, but do you guys know what i need to set for my amp head to get that awsum sound ?
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ESP B-254
Stellah Explorer

Marshall MB450H + MBC410
Laney RB 4

EHX Bass Big Muff
guessing you've wiki'd his rig but if not heres shit stuff from over the years
sometimes you can only get a sound from specific bass/pickup/amp combos

Spector Rex-5XL - Rex signature bass
Custom Spector NS4-style bass
Spector NS basses - 4 and 5 stringed model
Fender Precision Bass - Used in studio.
Fernandes "Telecaster" prototype basses - 4 and 5 stringed models
Fernandes 8-string - Used in studio.
Musicman Stingray basses - 4 and 5 stringed model
ESP Surveyor basses (4&5 strings)
Charvel basses - 4 and 5 stringed models
Ibanez Roadster bass - 4 and 5 stringed model
Ovation B778-5 - acoustic bass
Dean Markley Blue Steel strings
BOSS CH-1 Super Chorus
Morley PBA Bass Wah
Korg DTR-1 Rack Tuner
Korg DT-10 Tuner
Rocktron Basix Bass Preamp
Ashdown Bass Chorus Plus
MXR Phase 90
HBE Hematoma
Ampeg SVT-IVPRO Head
Vintage Ampeg SVT Head
Ampeg SVT-IIPro Head
Ampeg SVT-II Head
Ampeg SVT810AV Bass Cabinet / 8x10
Ampeg SVT410HE Bass Cabinet / 4x10
Ampeg SVT810E Bass Cabinet / 8x10
Pretty generic tone really; humbuckers, a pick, new roundwounds, scooped mids and blended with an overdriven bassy signal.
^ good call on the roundwounds. between that and the humbucker i think those are the only 2 things shaping this tone haha everything else can be done with a 2-band eq lol. good ish ziphoblat
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