I'm not exactly sure what terminology to use to ask this question, so I'll try to get as close as I can. How do you know when a guitar sound is "good" or not? Is there an accepted way of dialing in a great tone that works systematically? Or is guitar tone completely open to interpretation once you get rid of the "problems" that arise with the recording (i.e. fizz, muddy/boomy low end) I just feel like I follow the standard guidelines for miking up the speaker but after that, I can't tell whether my tone is good or not. I find the sweet spot on the speaker, then turn up the volume to saturate the tubes, then I EQ to get a tone that sounds good to me, but I have no idea whether that guitar tone is ACTUALLY good or not. Is there any way of "knowing" when you get an awesome guitar tone? Or do you just roll with what you think sounds best and hope others are digging it too?