Same for me, except for when it sloshes over into “cringey Marshall.”
My ideal is somewhere between early Ace Frehley, “Electric”-era Billy Duffy, Steve Jones, and Thin Lizzy. Les Pauls and Marshalls and not much between them.
I don't think there really is such a thing but when I play live I use a Tele and/or a Les Paul through a 1972 Deluxe Reverb. Volume is between 2.5 and 4 I use a MojoMojo overdrive these days after 20 years of Tubescreamer.How would you describe your personal tone? Whose tone is it similar to? How do you get it? What amp, settings, strings, pickups, pedals etc. do you use to achieve this? Thanks!
but that whole TNT album was my vibe for several years! I heard the first few bars of this album and instantly thought it could have been a B-side to TNT
I just took it to be asking what noise I'm dialing up when I play.
Still can't figure out what @loopfinding linked to. Either an AC/DC album or a Norwegian metal band, it would seem?
But, I'm digging that All News is Good News album - thanks.
Yeah, probably. But people do seem to think they have 'their personal tone,' and try as I might to not let the idea grate, it remains a trigger, along with 'tone fingers.' Perhaps we need to start using tone trigger warnings? Like 'TW//tone words'