So, the band I'm currently in is a four piece because we can't find a second guitarist. I write with a lot of layers, so we use backing tracks for some ambient guitar stuff while I play rhythm, but when I'm doing a lead, the power behind our live sound just drops out. I have an Axe FX and since you can run two guitars thru it at the same time, I thought I could pre-record some tracks and run me and the backing guitars into the Axe FX and have another cab on the other side of the stage. Problem is, we can only do this with our current set up as ONLY an extra guitar or ONLY backing tracks. We just use a phone/iPod and a splitter cable to go to FOH and the other side with a metronome for our drummer. If we do it with the rhythm guitar, one side into the Axe FX and the other to our drummer. Can anyone breakdown how we can make the signal of the rhythm guitar go to the Axe FX, the backing tracks go to FOH, and a metronome go to our drummer? I'm completely okay buying an interface and using a laptop or whatever I need, I just have no idea how to go about this or what gear to get. I know this topic has probably been beat to death, but I can't find anything with this particular scenario. Any help would be awesome.