Well I'm glad you like the guitar tone. I don't think it's awful just not what I had in mind (ie what my guitar usually sounds like). The guy who mixed the guitar thought this was the best way to mix it – and I agree overall the sound is to my satisfaction and the sepraration of the instrumenst are quite good - that's a though nut to crack while mixing live recordings. As far as the guitar it not so much room mic as you'd guess. The room mics are set fairly low because they pick up every instrument plus the audience. And that was really the deal breaker there. Our egos wanted the room mics way up high so you can hear the audiences responses (on solo and such) loud and clear. But Mr Mixer said "no". if we turned the audience up high then you'd hear guys screming stuff like "Get me a beer too Joe!" and such. Since you comminicate with your friende while at a concert. So the room is set much lower than our egoes wanted we wanted full on "Kiss Alive!" vibe … but no. Haha! There's still a fair amont of room mic in the mix. But maybe 75% direct and 25% room. The lead vocals got a bit dry with that amount of direct line, so we added a bit of reverb to compensate for the lost "room". The other instruments got a wee bit of reverb too – but not as much as the vocals. The guitar was recorded with a Sennheiser MD421 a little off center from the cone. The room was captured with a couple of stereo mics (dont know the brand) hanging down from the ceiling. Two left/right in the front. Two left/right by the mixer booth. The hight in the room was pretty high maybe 10 meters (33 something feet). The amp (Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue) was set to: Vol 6, Treb quarter to, Bass 12 o'clock, Mid quarter past.