Hello all, I am discovering some incredible guitar tones using my amp, heavy attenuation with a HotPlate, and pedals. I just spent an hour or so playing while my wife and boy sleep and I'm just amazed at a variety of great tones I am able to squeeze out of my rig at volumes too quiet to hear just a few rooms away. The sound I'm getting from my rig at very low volume is rich and organic with great tactile feel. I'd love to use these tones for tracking but attempts in the past to record this have produced lackluster results. I have only a Shure SM57 mic at home and I suspect this is not the ideal mic for this application. Any suggestions for how I might go about capturing this quiet signal and capture it accurately? The amp is a 1x12 Rivera open back combo. I have the HotPlate set for 16dB attenuation and the master volume on the amp set to 8 (hit the HotPlate too hard and there's an unpleasant edge to the upper-mids). I'm still getting controllable even order harmonic feedback and alot of tactile control. I'd like to be able to capture this. Thanks!