#1
can anyone give me the settings? the honky tonk women one is good.
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#2
wrong place dude.
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#3
try this........ trebble 4.5 mid 6.5 bass 5.5 reverb 1 gain 4.5. remember richards uses a vintage fender twin, also alot of his tunings are open, ie open g- dgdgbd. not sure if this will be honky tonk woman but it may give you a starting point
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#4
Doesn't matter what settings you try, you won't have the same gear+fingers as him so it's pointless, sorry!
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#5
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Doesn't matter what settings you try, you won't have the same gear+fingers as him so it's pointless, sorry!


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#6
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#7
According to a tab I've seen, this is one of those songs where Keith uses an open G tuning (i.e. -GDGBD (on one of his Tele's that doesn't have a low E string on)) which is essential for getting that sound.