Hi folks, really need your advice. I would like to record @home some loud higain amps (150W Bogner TwinJet etc), but because I can't crank them really loudly to avoid being killed by neighbors (but I don't need totally silent recoding solution, I can make some noise, but not insanely loud like fully cranked up amp with 4x12 cab), so I consider some alternative solutions: 1. Grossmann ISOcab (http://www.grossmann-audio.de/SG-BOX_silent-guitar-box_english-version.html). I know that usually isocabs sounds very boxy, but looks like Grossmann have some improvements on this and I've heard some really nice samples (http://www.gearslutz.com/board/so-m...-tracking-guitars-grossmann-audio-sg-box.html). Also Keith Merrow has great results with his modded Randall ISOcab (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZ_x_hUNrkI). 2. Loadbox (I consider new Two Notes Reload, that looks pretty nice) + Nebula. Most no-brainer option, but I have never been able to get sound that close to real cabs, especially in low end. 3. Attenuator (again Two Notes Reload) + micing real cab. Don't have any expirience here. How much attenuator harm the sound (as speakers don't pushing air so hard)? P.S. Please no kemper/axefx/ampsims options. Thanks.