#1
I have a 100 watt half stack, and was wondering that if I were to buy an attenuator, would they be able to handle that much wattage? And if so, how well? I want the sound of that cranked tube at home, but no way in hell can I get that when I am at my house. Will an attenuator solve this problem, or is my amp just too big to crank while at my house?
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#2
good weber attenuators, you'll find everything you need to know

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#3
It should help. I believe Ted Weber has a Weber Mass 180 coming out that would handle 100 watts but I'm not an attenuator expert. Read thru this too if you have not already and I believe he makes them to order so you have to wait. Just what little I know.

http://www.tedweber.com/atten.htm

Edit: actually it is the 200w version that is 'Coming Soon'. I think that is what you would want, as i'm not sure the 150w would be enough but I'm done now since I don't actually have the answer.
#4
So those hot plates won't be capable of handling a 100 watt amp? I am not planning on blasting my amp to like 9-10, but it would be nice to get above 1 when I am jammin at the house.
Never take life seriously. Nobody gets out alive anyway.

The Rig:
Gibson Les Paul Classic
Dean Custom Zone
Bestler Semi-Hollow Body
Peavey Valve King Half-Stack
Boss DS-1 Distortion
Boss DD-6 Delay
Crybaby Classic Wah