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The Importance of Bass Guitar with Heavy and Modern Metal Guitar Tones

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Hi Guys

 

Tonight's video is about bass guitar and how I use it to help shape my mixes and guitar tones. Think of it as a piece of a puzzle. 

 

I use a gnarly, heavy bass tone to compliment my guitars and it has a lot to do with how my mixes and over guitar tone work and sound. 

 

I try to explain my philosophy on bass guitar in heavy tracks and what should be occupying what sonic space. 

 

Drop some comments if you guys need more explanation or help with any other topic and like always, thanks for the support and positive feedback.

 

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Universal Audio Apollo Twin

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This is why so many beginners playing heavy stuff aren’t happy with their guitar tones. They think stuff like Meshuggah or Periphery is all guitar tone and half of what they’re hearing is bass.

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1 hour ago, gunpointmetal said:

This is why so many beginners playing heavy stuff aren’t happy with their guitar tones. They think stuff like Meshuggah or Periphery is all guitar tone and half of what they’re hearing is bass.

I agree

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