thanks a lot dude! On all my recordings guitars are always double tracked and panned hard left/hard right. I'm not a fan of quad tracking, I feel it makes things sound "flat" in a way, with less dynamics. The thing to keep in mind when creating a tone for recordings is that you don't need too much low end, let the bass take care of that! I usually hi-pass the guitar tracks at around 90/100hz, a low pass at around 7/8khz with a gentle slope usually does the trick, I don't care much about the high end fizz beyond that point. Choosing amps that have a nice cutting mid/upper mid frequency spectrum is key, I personally gravitate towards the marshall-type amps for this specific reason, so all the plexis, friedmans etc hope that helps!Damn it, that was a SERIOUS, bad ass cover that was BTTO (quoting Cliff). Rocco, how the hell do you get the those guitar tracks so f-ing thick? How many tracks for the rhythm? I'm a huge George Lynch fan but I can't do him justice the way you do. What a stellar job.