I have bias fx Studio but I want to start recording with real valve amps instead. I live in an apartment. After seeing a ton of great reviews for it, I plan on buying the Torpedo captor, which is a DI box, attenuator and loadbox. I was wondering what tube amp I should get (it could be a combo or just a head). I was thinking maybe an H&K Tubemeister 20, a peavey valve king 20, or maybe an Orange Rocker 15. I'm more into a classic and hard rock sound rather than super gain metal as far as the music I dig the most, although if possible I guess the most versatile amp i could get would be best. Some amps like the tubemesiter and valveking have the ability to lower the wattage like an attenuator would (like from 20 to 5 to 1) and I think both those have DI boxes built in as well. Also, There's a USB direct recording out on the valveking. I was wondering how that USB feature is, as compared to going DI with say the captor. I just want to broaden my ways of recording guitar rather than always relying purely on software amp sims, and I want to get the best tone possible. Also, I've read somewhere (I think on this site) that attenuators can potentially rob tone? So to recap, my main function for this amp is apartment recording, but I also would like to jam out in the bedroom as well sometimes (which is why I'm looking at low wattage, and attenuators) I currently do not gig, So I don't need the amp for that. My guitar is a 2017 Gibson Les Paul Tribute. Oh, my last dumb question is what OHMS should I get if I get the Torpedo Captor? I'm gonna go out on a limb and say it just needs to be the same OHMS as whatever amp I end up getting? Thanks.