Love the clean effect certain music bring?
Do you want to replicate this on your own? Then you should try one of the best guitar for clean sounds recommended here.
So, What Guitars produce clean sounds?
Almost all guitars with singe coils produce godly sounds. Even Les Pauls with P90s. Some humbuckers too produce great sounds.
Best Guitar for Clean Tones
The combo discussed in this section produces amazing sounds when combined together:
Fender Classic Series 69 Telecaster Thinline
I played this at my friends house last night and I’d say this is a beautiful yet clean guitar.
My strat doesn’t even perform as much as these. The semi-hollow body design of 1968’s Telecaster Thinline guitar was initially made as an attempt to reduce the weight of ash-body Telecasters.
Being lightweight, its vintage-style birdhe and turners alongside its single coil makes it produce some of the cleanest sounds yet.
I’d recommend this even for a beginner!
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Fender ’65 Twin Reverb 85-Watt 2×12-Inch Guitar Combo Amp – Best Amp for Clean Tones
This amp complements the Fender Classic Series 69 Telecaster Thinline. The tone on this amp is first class and it makes clean tones that breaks up smoothly at moderate volumes.
The reverb on this guitar is great too. Everything worked out great! There was no rattling, buzzing or bad reverb.
Lastly, I believe the amp sounds awesome. Yes, it appears darker than the ’65 Reissue but it produces much fuller sounds with more low end and more mids.
Going back and forth, the ’65 sounds a little thin and “ice picky” after playing the ’68. In terms of effects, I actually prefer the reverb on the ’68, tremelo sounds about the same on both.
Right outside the box, the ’68 produced great sounds and I have had 0 issues with it. I highly recommend this.
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PS – My ’65 PR Reissue is going up on Reverb tomorrow.
So, what do you think of our Best Guitar for clean sounds review? Did we miss a single thing?