The only potential issue here is latency - how much can you/he tolerate?
For example, the recording path would look something like this:
Gtr -> Interface -> Computer -> Logic -> Amp-Sim
It also has to make the return path:
Amp-Sim-> Logic -> Computer -> Interface -> Speakers
This whole round trip is called 'latency', and it's usually measured in milliseconds, depending on how fast your interface is, and how small your audio buffer is. For example again: A thunderbolt interface is so fast, latency may be unnoticeable. On the other hand, a USB 2.0 interface may have considerably more latency.
How much latency is too much? Any time the latency affects the performance (i.e. hearing your guitar/vocal late), it's too much. Normally a few milliseconds is fine for most folks. Others will disagree (speed metal players?)
The 'solution' to the problem is direct monitoring. This basically happens inside your interface, and allows you to listen to a copy of an input on an output (like phones or speakers), without making the long trip:
-> Computer -> Logic -> Amp-Sim -> Logic -> Computer -> Interface -> Speakers
instead a 'direct monitor' configuration looks like this:
GTR -> Interface -> Phones/Speakers
The plus of direct monitoring? (nearly) no latency. The downside? It doesn't pass through your computer/DAW/Plug-In at all.