Tweed Deluxe amp (5E3) owners come in! How do you like to set your amp to get different tones? As you all may know, the tweed 5E3 is a very simple design but one that yields a versatile array of tones if you use the controls to your advantage. To those that don't know how this amp operates, it can be very confusing and hard to find the exact tone you're looking for. One of the ones I've heard a lot is the Marshall tone 10-10-10 setting. It works! Really well surprisingly. I was playing it earlier today and it eerie how much it sounded like a Marshall. A good clean sound I find is the bright channel on about 2.5 and the unused normal channel at about 6.5 and tone anywhere from 8-10. Also, another good way is turn the bright volume to about 6-8 and the normal unused volume to 12, tone on 8-10. It has a similar amount of clean volume, but the way it responds is quite different. I like to use the unused channel to load down the signal and clean it up. I also like to jumper the channels and come out of the normal channel. Gets a really fat sound and then dial the bright channel to bring the highs back in to taste. I also like to dial back the tone pot on my bridge pickups to about 6.5-7 to cut some of the high end. This allows me to run the amp tone control higher than I would otherwise- which makes the tone sweeter. Please share your tones and amp settings! Might give us all new some ideas.