So I've been trying out a few different ways to use the Powercab and Tim @Dead-Pan from LRS offered to let me trial the Jensen C12k and some of his Powercab specific IRs. https://livereadysound.com/product/powercab-ir-pack/ I used his V30 IR at the last gig and it worked out great. But I was really excited to try this new Jensen C12k since it's the speaker I use in my #1 amp (Lil' Dawg Wonderdawg 50 watt) and it's just a familiar tonal thing to work with. I'm running the Powercab in LF Flat mode which gives it a nice "amp in the room", it also sounds quite good in FRFR mode. Running the IR makes it easy because I can feed the PA via XLR and control it with the headphone knob, the Powercab is fed via the L6 link and is on the big Helix knob (with a KickDisk so I can adjust it with my foot). For this test I wanted to see how things recorded - this is the feed that would go to the PA. There's no hi/lo cuts, no customization of anything on the Deluxe Normal amp model - in fact the only change to stock amp model settings was to pull the gain level down. I toggle on a Teemah (Timmy), Kinky Boost and somewhere later a Valve Driver. Reverb is the Legacy spring. Guitar is a partscaster strat I picked up for $400 on ebay last year...it's one of my main gig guitars because it plays and sounds great and I don't worry about it like my more expensive stuff. Sorry if it's a bit boring but when it comes to hearing how things sound I find it way better to keep things simpler and let stuff ring out. I adjust some settings along the way as the spirit moves me. Later on there is a Valve Driver that I hadn't dialed in so you can hear me adjust it pretty quickly to something that works as well. Hope you guys like it - I can get a bit nitpicky and will probably adjust things a bit more but overall it sounds pretty great for my tastes. I find it kind of pointless to tweak too much until I get to the gig - each room, stage and group of players requires some slight adjustments to "fit" things. I just get it generally in the range and save fine tuning for the actual gig. Usually it's just a quick tone stack tweak to fit the mix as needed. Alright - here's the clip. First minute or so is cleans, but feel free to skip around. Again, not aiming for perfection - you can hear me working the tones out as I go along.