FWIW I use Q Pad Hyper X Head Phones . They are 32 ohm impedance which means for gaming they need a Head phone amp which my computer has . Usually gaming head phones have a much lower impedance to bring out the bass end of the spectrum that the younger generation seems to like . They come with a clip on boom mic of reasonable audio quality .
I have had them for 7 years and the build quality has stood the test of time . I play keyboard and use them for that as well . , keeps the neighbours onside I purchased a new guitar recently and am awaiting its arrival . Looking around for a good acoustic guitar amp to match .I will be using the Q Pads with the amp for looping and testing samples . Neighbours again .
Will use the Q Pads when I mix tracks between the instruments .
I paid $89.00 for the Q Pads and they can still be had at that price . Really comfortable for long gaming sessions and mixing music . Helping a friend in the States who is a Cinematographer with a sound track at the moment for a movie short so I’m glad I’ve got headphones that are so comfortable to wear .
As we age our hearing deteriorates to a degree but also will compensate for the aging process loss . Paul McGowan from PS Audio, manufacturer of high end audio gear , has a daily YouTube download . I wish I could find the link . He is in his early sixties and explains how he hears more mid -range detail in music now than when he was younger . Worth finding and watching . He makes a lot of sense .
I will always put comfort first if the sound is reasonably close in the head phones . Naturally price is always a consideration . From my own listening experience honestly some of the offerings out there aren’t worth half of their retail price . As they say " A fool and his money …".