Dunno if this is the right place for this thread or not. Sorry. Anyways, the point of this thread is to discuss -- as well as maybe share some insight to others -- about things that have had a big impact on your tone for the better. I posted a comment in another thread, and this got me thinking about what others have discovered. Perhaps it was swapping speakers, different cables, a different type of pick, etc. For me, it was changing speakers. I had struggled with my tone for years, thinking it had to be this piece of gear or that piece of gear, but turns out it was the speakers. I swapped them for something different on a whim. Lo and behold, that was the ticket. In addition, another tonal upgrade that really opened my eyes was trying different guitar picks. The right thickness, shape, material, etc. has a very noticeable impact on your tone. I think I discovered this when I bought one of those random assortment of Dunlop picks sort of deals, where they include just about every type they offer. I spent a weekend years back going through each one. Someone were immediately enjoyable or disliked, while others took awhile to decide. I narrowed it down to two, and have stuck with them. The two I like are the Tortex variety as well as the nylon guitar picks. Pretty standard, but they were a step up from what I was using before. Then I just tried various thicknesses, and eventually settled on what worked. For Tortex, I prefer the green and yellows, but I forget what nylon thicknesses I prefer. Probably 0.88 and the next one up. So, what have you discovered had a huge, pleasing impact on your tone?