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Hello there! I've been going through some Limp Bizkit music lately and I'm just wondering if anyone has any idea how to achieve the tone Wes Borland got on the 1999 and 2000 records they recorded, namely the tone on 'Break Stuff'? I'm trying to hunt for a good tone of my own and I'm just looking at what others have done to achieve an aggressive tone like the one I'm looking for


Thanks
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Guitars:
Jackson King V (With a Wilde L500XL in the bridge)
Ibanez Iron Label RGIX27FEQM (7-string)
#2
didn't he just use a dual rectifier?

bridge humbucker

is that a 7-string? if so that's going to help.
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