#1
According to ultimate setting, Clapton's tone is of following:
Gain - 7
Teble - 5
Mid - 7
Bass - 7
Presence - 8

But according to Wikipedia article on woman tone, his setting is to max out everything on the amp, while is having guitar tone control rolled all the way down, switching to the neck pickup (closest to the fretboard) and the guitar volume all the way up.

Which one is true, or is there a better way to produce such tone?
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#2
from a blues jr, turn up everything to 12, turn up guitar volume to 10, and fiddle with the tone knob. i like mine at 5 (10 on normal tone controls).


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#3
try them both yourself and make the judgment yourself.
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#4
Quote by Jestersage
According to ultimate setting, Clapton's tone is of following:
Gain - 7
Teble - 5
Mid - 7
Bass - 7
Presence - 8

That is the settings someone got a good woman tone with on their amp and guitar.

Quote by jestersage

But according to Wikipedia article on woman tone, his setting is to max out everything on the amp, while is having guitar tone control rolled all the way down, switching to the neck pickup (closest to the fretboard) and the guitar volume all the way up.

That is how Clapton got woman tone with his amp and guitar.
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