#1
Okay, almost everyone knows that on a standard Fender Strat there is one volume knob and two tone. What I want to know is what exactly do the tone knobs do? I don't mess with them and I like to know what the stuff on my guitars do. So any help? Thanks in advance.
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#3
They're very popular with guitarists like Clapton, Hendrix, and Slash; in the way that they turn them all the way down to round out their sound on the neck pickup for a very smooth, bluesy tone.
#4
you'll notice subtle tonal changes through some amps more than others.

also don't expect to hear any changes on the bridge pup unless you connect it to a tone.
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#5
I feel like they have way more impact on my strat than other guitars. It can make a strat go from really twangy to darker and almost metalesque just by rolling the treble back. Some guitars/pickups make more use of the treble knobs.
#6
turn your tone not all the way 0 and play, then to about 3, then to 7, then all the way up
then you'll understand what they do a little better
#8
Okay guys. Thanks a lot!
That pretty much explained it all. I knew they changed the sound a bit but I wanted to know more and now I do
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