In an interview from this [article](http://guitarinternational.com/2010/08/20/diamond-dimebag-darrell-the-pantera-interview/) by HP Newquist, originally published in GUITAR Magazine (September 1995): What about effects? Diambag Darrell: Honestly, I go straight through my stack with just a couple of rack things. Live I just have my soundman out front. He does my delays – his choice of the delays, I don’t’ care, just put the fucking echo on there when it’s needed. We do have the delays all time out. He also does some Harmonizer stuff to double the runs on some of the songs off of Cowboys From Hell so that it sounds like we have two guitars playing. Through my rack I have an MXR flanger/doubler. It’s not really an effect because it’s on all the time, and my tech and I work tight on that sound."more
Okay, back to the rack. Next, there’s the MXR Flanger/ Doubler. Notice that in the top photo, which is from later than the lower one, I’ve covered up both MXR rackmount units with black tape. I did this because people were always sniffing around, trying to figure out how I got my sound – and that’s, of course, ironic, because I 100% stole the Flanger/ Doubler idea from Darryl from Pantera.more
Shatterproof Drum Programming [Simmons SDS5, Roland TR808], Sequencer [Sequencer Programming: Arp Odyssey, Arp Sequencer, Moog Modular], Electronics [Treatments: Ibanez AD80 Delay, EMT Plat Reverb, Mutron BiPhase] – Benge Vocals [MXR Flanger Doubler, Yamaha Rev1 Delay], Synthesizer [Synthesizers: ARP Odyssey, ARP Omni, Korg Monopoly] – John Foxxmore
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