Hey guys, I'm running into a little snag with a song I'm currently recording. The song is composed of very lush, ambient clean arpeggios. Toward the end, it has a little bit of high gain lead work, in which I'm using my 6505's green channel w/ crunch and moderate gain and boosted with my OD. It is normally my go-to lead tone and sounds amazing in the room and also cutting through a heavy extreme metal mix -- but the grainy-ness that disappears in that kind of mix is quite audible in this one, since the background is so clean and lush as opposed to "sonic annihilation" like I typically write for my rhythm guitar parts. Essentially, I'm just looking for some tips and tricks for making my leads sound really smooth, warm, and "liquid " in this type of a mix. Thanks!