Okay so to the two people that said that the songs I mentioned aren't in that low of a tuning.... NO DUH FOOLS
I said I want the tone, with a low tuning.
And to ixlramp, thank you for the advice and I totally get what you mean but I meant like I know the lower strings will sound that way...
Just looking for some recommendations of basses to track with that will sound great with a really gritty, full, extremely present in the mix tone such as the tone from The Reflecting God by MM and Kinderfeld, also any pointers as to good rigs/setups would be dope (:
Honestly I already knew about the amp blending/using two separate amps, EQ tricks you guys mentioned, and the panning tricks
I guess I was already ready to start quad tracking after all haha
I didn't know about the Metallica trick though, definitely gonna try that out
Thanks for all the help...
Hello forum, my band is looking to quad track our guitars as to get a very wide sound. Similar to Deftones ( notably diamond eyes and tracks similar in tone/wideness ), Sworn In ( The Lovers/The Devil ), Meshuggah, etc.
Idk about Deftones or Meshuggah but I know for SI's new album, Will Putney...
Well I been looking and I'm thinking about maybe going with this one?
Schecter Hellraiser Hybrid C-7 - Trans Black Burst | Sweetwater.com
So far everything I've read about it seems to be perfect, might switch out the stock pickups tho, whatcha think? Would it hold up?
Yeah well I don't really know how to explain our tone, not necessarily super tight, but something similar to Deftones Diamond Eyes or anything off Sworn In's new album. Like we're quad tracking for a really wide sound but it's not necessarily super tight just tight enough. I was considering...