Ok, this is what I am eventually wanting to do. I am changing my amp from a Line 6 vetta II over to a nice tube amp.I am wanting to get a Fender 65 Twin Reverb re-issue. (85 watts) http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/65TwinRev So....I am wondering the best way to get a good sound off of it without blowing myself and everyone else in church off the stage. (I play for a choir) I was thinking of getting a Marshall PB 100 power brake so that I can get a decent sound out of the Fender Twin, yet not have to have it as loud as it would normally take for the tubes to heat up and sound good. Tube amps do not generally sound decent at lower volumes, so I thought an attinuator would be the way to go. http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/PB100 Now, I have a question on weather or not I could (or should) use a Hughes and Kettner Redbox on it....but I do not know if I can, because I think the attinuator has to plug in the same hole as the Hughes and Kettner Redbox. Or...would it be better just to mic it out with a mic like thismade for guitar amps? http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/e906/ Like I said,I play in a church,but I miss the tube sound very much.My vetta II is OK, but it is not a tube amp. But the reason I want a 65 twin reverb, is because of the clearness of the amp! It is one of the cleanest amps I have ever played through! Add a Boss GT 8 effects unit to it and you can have a great setup in my opinion. But like I said, I am not sure if I should just mic the amp...or use something like a H&K Redbox. What would be your recomendation? By the way, our church is USED to loud music, we have drums, two keyboards,one organ and one piano. Bass guitar and a percussion section! So, as long the guitar amp it is not overpoweringly loud, everything is cool as far as volume goes. I am just wondering the best way to go through the PA?