Hello everyone, I posted a similar topic a while back in the "Recording Studio" forum, and as of late I have a bit more gear to choose from this time. So, that said, here goes... How might you all utilize the following gear in order to record a professional Jazz guitarist playing *solo* electric guitar? The guitarist will be playing a Gibson 335 through a Fender Twin Reverb (I also have a Mesa/Boogie DC-5 here at our disposal). The Room: I have a small tracking room (9ft x 11ft) separate from my control/mixing area. The tracking area is well treated with DIY mineral fiber panels and is quite dead for the most part. As I live on a busy street this would definately be the most quiet place to track with mics. I usually use a touch of convolution reverbs during mixing to give instruments "space." The Mics: 1x AT 4033 1x Oktava ML-52 2x Cad E-100 1x Kel HM-1 1x MXL V69 2x Oktava MC-012 2x Senn MD421 1x Senn E609 silver 2x SM57 2x AKG D112 I don't yet have any mic pre's to write home about. I have been getting pretty good results using my Presonus M80. And sometimes I also run vocals and bass through my ART Pro VLA for a bit of warmth. What primarily concerns me about this project is that it's only one guitar. I have recorded electric guitar many times that would end up in larger mixes--but never just on its own. So, any ideas would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!