Are you trying to get there for on recordings or for live sound? If you're trying for a certain tone with recordings, I've found it's better to record a fatter, mostly every-band-boosted and too frownie-face type tone. You can eq select frequencies later, but not so easily boost them if they were cut when you recorded them. With live sound, the mix is always the priority over tone, but realistically speaking, a lot of the time, what sounds good alone won't sit well in the mix. You may get more specific answers and rec's in the amps or even recording sections.
I went ahead and took a bit of a listen, but i'm on a laptop with junk speakers. Sounds to me like Ampeg svt or GK 400/800rb style, maybe a smidge of chorus, played with a pick. Beyond that, dunno. May or may not be tubes there, but it's definitely got some drive happening.
Last edited by basscooker : 12-01-2013 at 11:11 AM.