I always envied guys like Brian Setzer and George Harrison because of their great tone, which is attributed to the tools they use like the Fender Blonde '62/'63 Bassmans, VOX AC30/50/100 with Celesion Alnico Blues/Silvers, G6119/20/22s, 4k ohm Filtertrons, 3k ohm HiloTrons, etc. But even though I have the tools, and some decades of practicing, I was still missing some "twang". To my ears, Brian and George's wound strings, sometimes sound like rubber bands, which to me, isn't a bad thing. And usually, judicious proximity to the aforementioned pickups factors in but, keeping the action low---which reduces the string tension---is also important. This is all likely obvious to you most of you, but not to me, as I have programmed to keep the action as high as tolerable, as it can affect the overall tone of the guitar. As a side note, I saw a video of Brian trying out a vintage guitar. I seem to recall that he initially played it for just a couple of seconds, only to stop in his tracks, and readjust the thumb-wheels on the bridge, to bring down the action(!) Anyway, maybe someone can relate to this? Thanks for stopping by.