Well I did a detuned cab experiment yesterday. I put two green backs in the top of a 4x12 and left the bottom two speakers out. Closed it up and set up an A/B experiment. I have an A/B switch I made for speaker testing and used another 4x12 with 4 greenbacks as a control. I used my Trainwreck clone as the test amp as it didn't have an assigned cab so if this worked it might be assigned to the wreck. Anyway the results were pretty amazing. My Trainwreck sounded like there was nitroglycerin running through it's veins. The cab had a deeper bass and a higher high with a scooped middle that the control cab just didn't have with the Trainwreck. EVH would love the sound the harmonics jumped and lead sound was ripping. During testing I adjusted the tone controls for the best sound and ended up with all the controls at 1 o'clock. This indicates to me that the cab is working really well with what the amp designer had in mind. The amp is 50watts and the two greenback cab is 50watts. Let me say as well I am not looking for one definitive tone like some players but for a variety of good tones to use as I see fit. My JMP which I normally play through the greenback 4x12 sounds great with that cab just the way it is but the Trainwreck wasn't really happening with it like it does now with the detuned cab. I think it is worth a try to see if it is a tone you can use. It really works great for that over the top high gain ripping solo type sound.