#1
Sorry for another another repost, but i was wondering on how to get a good Death Metal tone with out effects.

My main bass is an Yamaha RBX 375.

My main death metal ifluence is Alex Webster.

So i was wondering if you could help me
#2
Turn everything up to ten. Except your mids, turn them to zero.
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#3
Well from the list you seem to be missing a bass amp.

Adding one of those might help
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#5
Buy a SansAmp Bass Driver.

Pretty much the go to pedal for metal, rock and hardcore.
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#7
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I don't like to play with effects.

Well, you might want to change that. It's going to be hard to get the exact sound you want without effects.
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#8
I'm not out for one exact, just tips on how to create an awesome sound.
#10
Quote by masmasmas9
My main death metal influence is Alex Webster.

So i was wondering if you could help me
I don't think Alex plays a jazz bass on the clean channel
#11
Unless you want to buy a far more expensive valve bass amp, buy the bass driver.
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#12
If you want a sound like you a s k e d for then go with what they said. It'll cost money but if you want a generic death metal tone, you get a generic answer and the generic product. Not to say it's a bad product, it gives a great tone as a pedal, DI and recording device.

If you are interested in creating your "own" sound, you failed by asking someone else to tell you what to do.