Howdy friends, Purchased a Clark Kanee some 8 months ago for use in my condo and at small-scale rehearsals. It has fit this niche absolutely perfectly. My only complaint is that the amp sounds remarkably modern. Very lush, very full and pleasant but essentially flat with almost none of that firm low-end resolve and top-end American sparkle I got used to when I owned a '69 Pro Reverb. I don't mean the amp doesn't sound like a Pro Reverb, but it certainly doesn't "shine" like most Fenders do. I bought the Kanee used and it came with a 10" JENSEN JET N10/100 speaker. My main question is, is the lack of Fender sparkle due to a) the current speaker, b) my unfamiliarity with the Princeton Reverb sound, or c) the fact that the Clark Kanee was built to sound this way? If it is, in fact, the SPEAKER (which I suspect), can somebody please recommend a replacement??? I'd like the amp to sound just a touch more Fender'y. Thanks!