Rex Brown remembered the Pantera days and some of musical disagreements he had with Dimebag Darrell, telling Guitar World
“He always wanted me to play identical to what he was doing, which I was strongly against.
“I thought playing with the drummer was very important. But I did some stuff behind the leads – some of it I wrote with guitar, but with a bass in my head on where it was gonna go.
“I did a lot of arranging in that band.”
The bassist also noted:
“A lot of people don’t know I played guitar behind some on the solo, especially on [1990’s ‘Cowboys From Hell’] – ‘Cemetery Gates’ and also this ‘Cowboys From Hell’ part behind the lead.
“Sometimes [Dime] would play bass on something and I’d play guitar on something, it was kind of weird.”