Hi guys, I tried a few searches and I didn't really find much except for a cool-looking cab sim pedal, which looks awesome for DI applications: Bass Cabinet simulator - 21 May 2014 - CORRECT SOUND Custom ... but I'm not sure that is quite what I'm looking for. Some background: I have a great Traynor amp micro head, the SB500H, and the less-than portable TC1510 cab to go with it (2x10" + 1x15" in one cab, roughly 85lbs). I'll keep that cab for now for bigger venues, but I'm considering a Crazy8 (under 20 lbs!!) as my portable practice cab to use with the SB500H. If I do this, I won't really need my 40lbs 15W 8" Line6 practice amp anymore, but the shame is that the amp models on it sound killer. I love most of them depending on the type of music I'm playing; in fact, just switching the simulated amp model is all I feel I ever really need to do to adjust my tone. I just hit the Marshall Super Bass for classic rock, B-15 for R&B or acoustic stuff, or SVT for modern stuff / hard rock or metal and I'm ready to go. TL;DR: I might give up my practice amp with built-in simulated amp models for a more portable Crazy8 cab to use with my 500W micro head. Do you know of any amp sim pedals? I'm not sure the cabinet sim pedal I linked above is the same thing. I did find this Zoom MS-60B which has 6 amp models, but only the SVT that I mimic currently. Are there other pedals out there I can compare that Zoom to? Thanks in advance!