I may already own something that serves my purposes, but for the sake of idle speculation, if you own or desire a bass head that is reasonably portable, very reliable, 400-800 watts, and possesses a great DI out/send for recording purposes, what would you suggest? Reasonably portable could mean Class D, but something Class A/D 20-ish pounds is acceptable. All basses through it would be passive Fenders playing blues, roots music/Americana, or country into a Mac/Focusrite/GarageBand. I’m not a convert to plug-in’s…at least not yet, and I’m a novice when it comes to recording. Feel free to ask more questions if in my ignorance I’ve omitted key details. I have a couple of friends who are very interested in collaborating on ideas and I would like to be well-situated with gear. They are the GarageBand fans (I have no loyalties yet). I love the tone of my HandBox R-400, but I’ve been given an opinion (substantiated or not) that it may put out too hot of DI signal. “May” means I don’t know yet…haven’t tried it because I’m still working out the kinks with software. Seems like I could pad it down a bit if it’s too hot, but the HandBox/Walkabout tone is kind of my vibe. Acquiring a separate preamp is a possibility, but a pre/power amp all in one box is more appealing to me. Maybe other HandBox owners who record can opine. I wouldn’t mind something smaller, but I really like mine. The Bruise says thanks in advance.