Great suggestion I didn't think of that. Thank youAlso be careful not to buy anything too nice unless you have the means to properly amplify them. For example, Sennheiser HD600 and up require a proper amp to power them, or else sound would be worse than cheap headphones. I have HiFi Man 400i cans and I run them through a USB DAC/Amp to monitor my sounds. If I plug straight into Kemper or Line 6 Helix, it is too buzzy and thin.
If you are just tweaking tones, I'd recommend the Audio Technica ATH-M50x.... its almost a cliche how recommended these headphones are. Beyerdynamic DT770's are good too.