This was an add-on question i posted in another thread of mine, but i didn't get an answer... so the question reappears here with its very own thread. I normally play through a sealed tweeter-less 610, and my main tone is a gritty slightly overdriven rock / indie pop sound, but I kick in an OD pedal for some heavily overdriven lead tones at times. My question arises because I'm looking into getting a smaller setup for some of our smaller shows, possibly a 115, or a 210 stacked with something, or a schroeder 1210, or a slew of other combinations... basically, i'm looking at a lot of little cabs... and almost all of them have tweeters. If I'm aiming for the same basic sound I have now, i assume the tweeter will sound like crap if i leave it turned up, due to the overdrive. But if i'm running a lot of power into a small cab, is it safe to just turn the L-pad or attenuator down? Doesn't this generate dangerous levels of heat? If so, what's the solution?