Folks: I'm flying to Mexico in a few months to play a wedding gig. It's going to be stupidly fun, but the sound rental company down there wants to charge us a king's ransom to rent mediocre amps. So I think I'll just get a pedal with a speaker simulator output and run directly into the board. But which one? Here's what I need: Like pretty well everybody, I need a clean-ish sound, a dirtier hard-rock sound (Zep, G 'n R -- yes, it's going to be a fun wedding), and louder and a little dirtier solo sound. Don't care about modulation or delay effects; just want to sound (say it with me people) "like a good, cranked amp." I'm a "feel" player, so the organic feel, how I interact with it, touch sensitivity, all of that's very important to me. I truly hate hyper-compressed sounds that don't change no matter how hard you hit them. Money is not the biggest issue, but then again, it certainly matters. Candidates so far: Tech 21 Tri-A.C. and Ethos. I've even briefly considered using a digital modeler, but I really hate them. Who has run either the Ethos or the Tri-A.C. straight into a board? Anyone compared them? Are there others out there? Let's hear it! Thanks in advance.