A friend of mine brought over some recorded tracks of guitar work that needed some limiting via my Manely Vari Mu,,no problem,,I thought--right? AS I listened to the tracks,I noticed that the over all sound of the lead guitar tracks sounded nasal,,so I asked him how he went about recording the tracks,,keeping in mind that the tracks souned good,but,had a nasal issue. He used 3 channels.1 guitar signal split going to amp/modeler. 1 channel used to mic a tube combo amp. Panned straight up 1 channel , from a guitar modeler (DI) Panned hard left. 1 channel , from the same modeler (DI) panned hard right. The channels that have the modeler, sound great,(in stereo) but when you blend the channel that has the miced up combo,the nasal (phase?) issue comes into affect. If you listen to the channel that has the miced amp by itself,you can defently hear the nasalness Heres my question,what freqs should I be looking at,to try to rid that one channel of the phase issue? All channels have the eq set flat.