Hey folks, So, by necessity, I have found that I need to practice more quietly in our townhouse. As some of you may know, I've picked the guitar back up after about a 25 year leave (playing piano during that time). The problem I'm running into is that, pretty much no matter what I use, my guitar sounds tinny, thin, brittle (hopefully you get the picture) when I play while monitoring through headphones. Now, the equipment I'm using to monitor with, I've used for a few years with my piano playing etc. Also to do some mixing and stuff for hobby projects in Presonus Studio One. Again, it pretty much doesn't matter which software or method I'm using. But... The main method I was trying to use is: My new Tone Master Twin (which sounds amazing in the room) using the DI on the back, into my Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 (1st gen) and monitoring with my Sennheiser HD 280 Pros. Now using the same settings on the front of the amp that I used for the room, the sound through the headphones are the aformentioned brittle, tinny sound. (I'm not a great or even good guitar player but I'd be embarrassed to record that sound) Edited to add: I should mention that I've tried listening through direct monitoring on the Scarlett 2i2 as well as making an audio channel in my DAW and monitoring from it. Doesn't change a thing. I've listened to quite a few videos online of the DI recorded (with them not changing the settings on the amp) and it sounds amazing. I'm clearly doing something wrong. Now while I'm not new to the headphones, audio interface, recording stuff from the perspective of the piano, I'm brand new at it with my guitar. Can one of you experienced guys/gals help me out? I sure would appreciate any help. Thanks, Tom PS. If this is in the wrong place, maybe a mod or admin would be so kind to move it where it would best be placed?