I've been recording my guitar from my guitar into my EVH 5150 III head then into a Rivera Rock Crusher to reduce the heat of the signal into my Yamaha MG12XU mixing board into my computer.
I sent a friend of mine, who does music production, for a living my latest song. He says "The guitar tones have a little too much bite and sound a little demo-ish. A common occurrence if you record guitars direct and into a computer. Try taking off a little 4k or there abouts with an equalizer. Pull it down maybe -3db. Maybe more, maybe less, adjust to taste. You could also try boosting a little 1K or maybe 1.5k to add a little warm mids. Try it and see if it helps. I think that will help the guitar sound a bit more pro."
I haven't had the chance to try it yet, so I can't comment on it. Anyone else have experience with having to tweak their direct recording of guitar tracks in such a way?