#1
What EQ settings should i use to get a really warm tone with no twangy treble strings, but i don't want to lose my treble by turning down my tone on the guitar.

I have a Fender Strat with Texas Specials and a VOX Valvetronix 50.

Something like this

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gYA4Zi0vu4w

Sorry i think this is really stupid when i don't know what amp he has or anything but you know i don't think it hurts to ask. All i know is he has a Am Tele and uses .10 gauge strings.

Or Please Tell Me Any Warm Tone Settings You Use Like The Lows,Mids,Highs.

Thanks Nathan
#2
Neck Pickup. Or middle. Anyways, don't use the bridge pickup, and change your technique. Don't strum hard, strum soft.
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#3
uh... everything at 7, guitar's tone control at 3-4?
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#4
Use a different pick, I use some made of wood bone and stone(fattest one, also very capable as a slide) Also turning the volume down a bit might help
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