Amos Williams, bassist of English Progressive Metal band Tesseract, stopped by the Reverb office to discuss his bass tone. Williams revealed his theories behind cutting through the mix with carefully equalizing and compressing his bass as well as with his style. Read more about Amos Williams and his rig at

Amos plays:
Kiesel Vader VB5 Headless Bass –
Avalon U5 Direct Box & Instrument Preamp –
MXR Ten Band Equalizer M108 –
Electro-Harmonix Black Finger Compessor –
Darkglass Electronics Vintage Deluxe Overdrive Preamp –
Darkglass Electronics Super Symmetry Compressor –

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