#1
Sunshine of your love...

vintage lp with very low output pickups > vintage fender super reverb....

how should i go about this...

need rythym and solo tones, for a talent show...also, i rolled the knob back and whatever, but it never seems to cut through well enough....

thanks for the help
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#2
What amp are you using?

EDIT: Whoops, sorry I didn't read that carefully enough. You might want to try to lower the bass and slightly lower the treble, while still keeping the mids maxed out to approximate some sort of british sounding tone from your amp. If that doesn't work, try out the English Muff'n for some british OD tones.
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#3
The best I've done to get it is turn EVERYTHING on the clean channel of my amp on 10. Volume and all the knobs. Then use the neck pup for rhythm with the tone rolled back a little, and the bridge with a treble boost for the solo.
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#4
kutan, plz read the thread first...

@artemis, thanks...the bass distorts too much when dimed, but thanks...I'll give it a try....
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#5
Adjust the bass then.
When you crank your amp (the fender), I assume that you're gonna get a smooth, bassy drive (thus, american voiced). The settings on an american voiced amp will be different than the british voiced amps which clapton used.
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#6
it's old, and i think the bass distortion is speaker, probly needs a speaker change...but i tried messing around with the tone yesterday, and it sounds good alone...

any ideas for tweaking amp settings would be appreciated
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