I'm bummed out. I recently got a quite rare bass amp, a Roland Studio Bass 100, from the late '70s. It had issues with the EQ, and I took it in and it turned out to be in much worse shape than I thought. So, I dropped $360 to get a ton of stuff fixed in the amp - the speaker was fine. Anyhow, the repair guy loaded the amp into the vehicle for my wife, who picked it up for me while I was at work. When I got home I loaded it into the house, and was very careful. I didnt' get a chance to try it out until today, I plugged in my bass, and the ugly sound of a busted cone greeted my eager ears. I opened it up and sure enough there's a tear in the cone. Whether he did it, I did it, or the first new note of my fretless jazz bass did it, I have no idea, and we'll probably never know. That's my tale of woe, and it's totally irrelevant except for the sympathy I hope you all feel. The question is, can anybody recommend a decent replacement speaker? I've never actually bought a speaker before, so would appreciate the input. I want quality, but budget is a definite consideration. Thanks!