Hi all- I've read a number of recommendation threads and while they've been really helpful, they're almost always quite vague on the front end of things. I'm interested in a speaker for this amp that will work for a very specific type of application. I almost always use pedals for drive and fuzz. I don't need the amp to really drive itself, necessarily. The music covers a bit of ground from indie-rock to alt-country to more folky stuff. I don't tend to play super loud and the context I imagine the amp being used in at the moment is more recording or well mic'd environments. I have a 79 Vibrolux Reverb if I need more cut and coverage. I've got a 70's CTS in it at the moment that sounds nice but that's breaking up quite early. It is warm and have a nice warm low-end, but I'd almost say it's bass heavy at the moment. With the older CTS, there's plenty of treble available with all of my guitars at the moment and the between the controls on the amp and my guitars, I can control the high-end well. No ice-pick here. There's some rattle because of the drip-edge surround and I think I'll likely be buying a new baffle for the amp which I think will help improve things sonically. I'm not sure how pertinent that is to the discussion of speakers, but it seems like it could be relevant. The one's that I've made note of in my reading are the following: WGS ET65 Weber 12F150 - older broken in Emi GA SC64 Weber Legacy 65 watt, 55hz cone Tone Tubby Hemp Cone AlNiCo Vintage Jensen C12N Celestion gold Given all of that information, is there a particular speak that seems like a good fit for me? Thanks so much!