hey, thanks in advance for even clicking this post. also sorry in advance for my complete lack of knowledge in this field, i'm unfortunately completely new to this (tired of hearing that yet?). i just bought a BOSS BR-1600CD, and have recorded a song (i'll break the tracks down for you below). it sounds awesome through the Samson CH700 headphones i use (i can't afford monitor speakers), and everyone who has heard it says it sounds great and want a copy on cd, but when i burn it to a cd, the guitar sounds incredibly harsh, and doesn't seem to have any bottom-end to it (too high, even though tuned in Eb). it just sounds... i'm not sure how to put this articulately... but... the guitars sound like they're played on a different stereo than the bass and drums. sorry that's so damned vague. the lead guitar and rythm guitar, while in perfect time with each other, sound somewhat disconnected, maybe a panning issue. if anyone can help with these problems, i would be forever grateful. i've got a lot of music that wants to come out, and it just kills the mood when it sounds great on my studio, but terrible on cd. the tracks are broken down like this: # Name (pan, EQ high, EQ mid, EQ low) 1.) Guitar Intro (center) this one sounds fine. lots of reverb and chorus. 2.) Lead Guitar (46L, +4dB, -12dB, +10dB) 3.) Rythm Guitar (46R, +3dB, -12dB, +20dB) 4.) Bass (center) this is fine too. 15/16 (stereo).) Drums (center) these are fine. if you can see a problem please let me know. anything helps. thank you again.