I've always loved the way Strats play, but I have never been keen on their tone. They're usually missing the buttery richness that drew me to play the guitar in the first place (e.g. "Have You Ever Loved a Woman" by Fleetwood Mac). I've always been a Les Paul/335 type. So when I walked into Sam Ash and saw the new buttercream Strat on the wall, I figured it was beautiful and played well but it was not for me. When I got home, Peter Green's "Drifting" happened to come on. For the first time I realized he was playing his Stratocaster, not his famous burst. I love this tone. It's nearly as rich as a Paul with a hint of glass to it. If I can get it to sound like this, I'll have no problem taking that guitar from the wall and placing it next to my LP. So, how will I accomplish that?