I love using amp sims for quickly plugging in and tracking some ideas and not having to lug gear around, but the one thing that really gets to me is the lack of sustain they have. I've recorded guitars for our upcoming album and there's 1 or 2 spots where a solo busts in on a bendy, long-ish note, and at rehearsal it sounds AWESOME with the sustain and feedback of a live amp. The sim version.....not so much. I think I literally spent about an hour trying to get one note to sustain just how I wanted it. I tried getting up close with the guitar to my cranked monitors, no real luck. How do you guys get the proper sustain, while tracking, with amp sims? These tracks will be sent out to someone else for reamping and I want to make sure that the sustain will be right. ALSO - will sustain and feedback occur naturally during a reamp, just like a guitar plugged in? Never reamped before so I would think that, since the guitar isn't present in the same room, there would be less sustain and feedback. Or am I totally incorrect here?