Hi all! I record at home during my free time, but since my fellow house-dwellers sleep at night, I'm restricted to recording direct to my PC/4-track/whatever I happen to be using at the time. My guitar parts just don't have that "something" that most commercial recordings do. I know most people have the luxury of mic'ing up an amp and tearing away. I'd like to get that "amp sound" without creating any sound outside of what I hear in my headphones. I really like the sounds Rob Cavallo gets on his recordings, if that gives some kind of idea of what I'm shooting for. Any suggestions or pointers? Or is it all trickery during the mix process? I've got about $200 to work with should I need a simple piece of gear.