Which artist defines tone for you?

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  1. Alligatorbling

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    clapton, SRV and many many others..
     
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    Randy Rhoads or Slash
     
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    go back to the fender forum! :laugh2:
     
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    page, slash. Thats it. Thread closed.
     
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    you ask a hypothetical question you'r gunna get generic answers

    :fingersx::applause::applause:
     
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    The Rev (in his early days).
     
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    i'm sort of a big fan of eric johnson when it comes to clean tones.. :D .. not so sure about dirty, overdriven tones though :D
     
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    Eric Johnson has a KILLER tone!

    I love Lifeson and Page as well.
     
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    i agree...probably the rev. billy f. gibbons circa deguello...or leslie west on the 1st 3 mountain albums....:applause:
     
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    oh man i love leslie west! :thumb: thats what p90s are all about!
     
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    'Dave' from youtube!
     
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    I have to say that for me, Duane's tone on the Fillmore album is about as close to perfect as you can get, but I am beginning to really like the sound of Warren Haynes' rig. It has a bit more bite than old Skydog, but it really sings.
     
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    The list would be too long. Whether it's every time they plug in or for one particular song, the list would include a wide variety of "that's it!" kinds of tone ranging from squeaky clean to raging gain.

    No rules. Just good.
     

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