Ah, so yeah now you need to nudge one of the tracks like 100ms to really hear them as separate.
There are three main ways I know of to get the separation I’m talking about.
1. Dupe your guitar track, pan one left and one right, and nudge one of them a little, to taste. (Nudge too far and it will sound like a slap back delay rather than separation.)
2. Record two guitar tracks, basically just doubling the same performance, and pan one left and the other right. The natural human variation in your performances will cause them to sound nice and separated.
3. Logic has a plug-in called “Sample Delay”. It lets you delay one side of a stereo track by X number of samples. It’s basically #1 above but in a plug-in. Your DAW probably has something similar.
Most of you know but in case someone is lurking who doesn’t know, separating your guitars gets them out of the way of your center channel, where the lead vocal, Kick, Bass, and Snare should be.
That makes your track sound nice and wide, and it means you have to do less EQ overall because stuff is out of the way of each other.