You've upset Mr. Orange FretLight yellow aniline dye, clear coated, and then allowed to naturally age. Not orange, not "amber," not brown, but BRIGHT SCREAMING YELLOW, diluted way down with alcohol.
Tinted clear looks terrible, no matter how light the tint – like a 12 year old's failed shop project. It just looks like an artificial shell over the wood.
When you dye first, then clear coat, the look is far more natural, subtle, and dimensional/deep/rich. And as the clear over it NATURALLY ages and wears down, you achieve this great two-layered warmth effect that appears to be much more organic and classy than a tinted clear.