I'm looking at starting to record some tracks down in Logic. There will be 2 acoustic guitars laid on top and our stuff is relatively mellow to acoustic rock style. I'm going to use a DI from my practice amp into a mixer. I was thinking of micing the amp up and panning DI left and mic right but the mic has 2x 5-pin stereo leads which convert to XLR cables and use up both plugs on the mixer so I'll likely just stick to DI. What I'm really wondering about is getting a good recorded sound out of this foremost. In playing around I found every so often I'd accidentally clip a fret and would get a volume spike which was incredibly audible on the recording but overall I was relatively happy with the DI recording. I'm wary of applying effects and modules but this is because I feel that it gives a fake feel to the track and creates a sound I didn't produce. So, are there any modules/simulations etc people would recommend? Any pre-sets in particular or EQ tweaks that people commonly apply to recorded bass tracks or anything settings that are worth playing with once the track is recorded? The whole band is new to home recording so its a bit of a learning curve at the moment.