I'm in the process of recording a demo, and I've decided I'd rather not double (as in do to separate takes) my guitar track. First of all, I'm not a phenomenal guitarist: Randy Rhodes and other like guitarists may be able to double, triple, and quadruple guitar tracks and make them sound improvised, but I have to make my guitar parts a bit more canned then I'd like to pull off believable doubles. I really want my guitar to have more of a raw, on-the-spot sound. The reason why is that this demo falls under the genre of speed punk (RKL, Suicidal Tendencies, NOFX, etc...). I'm well aware of the benefits of doing two or more takes of the same thing and panning them, but I really don't need or want a wall of guitars. So, to get to the point: what else can I do besides record the exact same guitar part twice to make a hard L and R panned guitar (the same guitar take) stand out? I'm planning on running two different mics (one for L and one for R). I'm planning on fiddling with the EQ a bit to separate them. But what else can I do? Anyone feel free to chime in: ameteurs, pros, and anything in between. I really appreciate any suggestions, especially ones that have been sucessfully tried by the person who suggests them . Thanks and God bless.