Strange question for everyone: I usually play through a DRRI or a Vibrolux reverb, which is just about perfect, volume-wise, for keeping up with the rest of my band (I'm the only guitar player) and for really "breathing" at small-club levels. I've grown to dislike the two-dimensional quality of single-note leads on these two amps. That's a major problem because I like to play Allman Bros. and Blind Faith-style leads. I can get a little bit more singing quality and texture from ts-type pedals, but I also increasingly dislike the "unnatural" response I get from them. Long story short, I want to try a vintage-style Marshall or clone, but I want to steer clear of the big cabinet/head configuration. Is there any 1x12 configuration that can handle up to 50 watts (1987-style circuit)? Particularly, I'm wondering which speakers are right for the job. Marshall made some JMP 1x12 combos, and I think they used Celestion Classic Lead 80s. Germino makes a combo that (I think) uses the 65-watt Celestion Heritage speakers. What does everybody recommend as far as High Powered speakers that can be used in either a JTM45 clone or 1986/87 circuit clones? The afore-mentioned Celestions? 65 watt Scumbacks or Scumnicos? A JBL-clone for Dickie Betts tones? Thoughts? The two main reasons I'd like a 1x12 are cost and portability. I'd rather hear how folks have fared with this rather than blank statements such as "get a 4x12." Thanks!