Whilst Sono gives you a wealth of tonal options through its Two notes Cab simulation, Sono will also always give you the option of tracking a clean signal alongside, great for re-amping a later date or using different processing within your DAW.
The clean DI signal still passe through the valve pre-amp meaning you get a great sounding tone as well as being able to use the EQ on Sono.
In your DAW, the processed guitar signal will appear on channel 1 but the clean signal would appear on channel 11.
In this case we are using Logic Pro X to record both the processed signal and the Clean DI but the same process would be followed for any DAW. First, we would set up two tracks to record onto, we'll call these Processed Guitar and Clean Guitar.
We'd then set the input of Processed Guitar to channel 1 and Clean Guitar to channel 11.
It's now simply a case of dialling in your guitar tone, setting both tracks to Record Arm and then playing in your track.
You should then get two tracks of audio, the processed guitar with the cabinet simulation and the clean DI below:
You can now either mix using the processed guitar or use the clean DI for re-amping purposes at a later date. More information re-amping can be found here.