Hello boys and girls, I'm a bit stuck with this subject so I finally signed up on this forum to speak about it with some people more focused on metal. How do you EQ your guitars, I mean beyond a hi and low cut, scooping some 600hz and some annoying high frequencies? I've been mixing/writing my own stuff for about 3 years and I can get a good tone or mix. I have a Helix and tons of impulses I've bought from different brands over all this time. I have the easiest time getting a good mix with "pre-mixed" impulses, like 3SA, but when using others like OH, Celestion or even Fractal Cab Packs, I have a harder time getting a good tone, they either lack low end or hi end or sound smaller in general than the pre-mixed one. I feel like I'm cheating a bit using this or missing out on better tones just because I'm not sure what to do when EQing a guitar beyond the basic stuff I said above. I know some people say to just get a good source tone and not touch it much after that, but that's not gonna work in my case, if I'm using a flat impulse it just clearly falls short to the pre-mixed one so I'm going to have to do some EQing. I'm not going to copy your EQ moves since we all have different tones but I'd like you to inspire me by mentioning some examples of what you do when EQing a guitar in a more complex way. Thanks!