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my brake lite isn't really rated to handle my new amp so seeing what is out there. in the past i have been perfectly happy with resistance-based ones like an air brake or a weber mass lite, but also happy to try something more reactive.

the amp has 4, 8, and 16 ohm taps, so anything could work.

DI/recording output isn't really something I need -- I just like to knock some of the edge off of my tube amps when I play them a little bit too loud.
 

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my brake lite isn't really rated to handle my new amp so seeing what is out there. in the past i have been perfectly happy with resistance-based ones like an air brake or a weber mass lite, but also happy to try something more reactive.

the amp has 4, 8, and 16 ohm taps, so anything could work.

DI/recording output isn't really something I need -- I just like to knock some of the edge off of my tube amps when I play them a little bit too loud.
Just get a rock crusher and be done with it!
 

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What kind of amp -Dr. Z I assume?
I always liked those Weber Mass units. Go with a Mass 100. Cheap (in comparison), and sound good.
 
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