That is impossible to say. It depends on every variable of the recording situation: the player, the horn, the room, the mic, the mic position, the pre, the mix, etc etc etcA quick follow-up: how do you folks EQ the various frequency ranges (boost, cut, etc.) when doing your recordings?
In general, though: Use as little EQ as possible. Cuts are better than boosts. I don't EQ during tracking, only mixing. When reaching for EQ, ask yourself if you might be trying to solve a problem that might be properly solved with better balances or dynamics control or a better musical arrangement.
These days, I only ever use tiny bits of EQ (+/- 3 dB is a lot for me), and sometimes none on any track.