I've been trying to record my guitar, and it sounds very buzzy. I've been reading a bunch of threads here and elsewhere and found that backing off on the gain can help, but I tried that (gain down to about 25% of max), but that didn't seem to help much. I also read about doubling the track and panning them in opposite directions, but while that would give it a fuller sound, it wouldn't get rid of my buzz. I'm using an SM57 about 4 inches away right in the center of the cone. It's also worth noting that my guitar is tuned to drop B, so I play a lot of low power chords and am looking for a really heavy tone. Just for kicks I tried using my Shure Beta-52 (yeah, the bass drum mic), and I actually think it sounded a little better (aka less buzzy) than the SM57. So instead of micing the amp, could I plug my line out straight into my audio interface (Firepod)? What effect would that have on my sound? If that's not a good alternative, what else would you suggest I do?