I appreciate the wisdom and all that, but I already knew all that
By your reply below, obviously you didn't know all that and you still didn't get it.
Now I know that bulb (of periphery) does something much different: He says he likes to boost it around the upper mids (~850-1250hz) to emphasize his "djenty" sound.
I was simply wondering if any of you found were consistently manipulating the same frequencies to get "your sound".
There's no such a thing as equalizing your guitar alone, It'd be really dumb.
LIKE I SAID all instruments depend on themselves, if a snare(keyboard whatever) already have lots of upper(mid) mids (~850-1250hz) and you boost your guitar in that area, mix will sound really annoying, you don't equalize your guitar because you want a special tone, you equalize your guitar to get that tone inside of a mix and most of the time you'll have to change all other instruments equalizations too.
BTW (~850-1250hz) is not upper mids but mid mids(low-mid-high).
You have a tone you like in your amp, you record it and after analyzed the WHOLE mix, you start changing all other instruments to make the whole mix sounds good.
So if every mix is different, there's NO WAY to tell which frequencies to cut or boost as a formula, who says that clearly knows nothing about mixing.
Of course if you're recording an album and all songs have the same instruments with the same equalizations, you could use the same equalization of your guitar for all songs but never the same equalization with another mix with instruments sounding different.
"My sound" depends on all instruments and not only on itself.
If you can't get that, you should by some books about psycho acoustics and how our brains react to sound