What a time to be alive. There are so many brands and options within those brands to get any type of speaker imaginable. I have spent months reading threads on forums (this one and others), listening to clips (on youtube, sound cloud, websites, etc), and e-mailing different makers and asking for suggestions. I have gotten a lot of recommendations. The problem is, I don't know what the frequencies that I am wanting to hear to be able to explain what it is that I want out of a speaker. The amp is a 112 combo (large 112 combo). It is around 15 watts and uses 6l6 tubes (smaller transformers, I'd guess). It has two channels. Channel 1 is all clean, and features a volume and tone control. This channel is also very mid-focused. The speaker that it has is a Celestion V-type, which is a very mid forward speaker. I’m not looking for a scooped mid speaker, but something more balanced than this speaker would be ideal so that I can actually use Channel 1. Some recommendations I have gotten (along with reasons I’m not sure about them): -Celestion G12H30 (I’m worried the low end will be too much, also am considering higher wattage to avoid cone break up) -Avatar Fane H75 (Not sure if it will be too bright also maybe too much low end -WGS Invader 50 (not sure how the midrange will sit with Channel 1, otherwise a solid contender) -WGS Retro 30 (not sure anything about it. Clips give me mixed results) -Scumback BM75 or BH75 65 watts (not sure how they sound really, not many clips out there) -Weber Gray Wolf (didn’t like the clean tones from the clips on his website) -Weber Legacy (seems great, but I don’t know how all of these options will interpret the end result) So, without being able to describe actual frequencies, what speaker would have -tight/punchy low end -balances mids (or less accentuated than the V Type/Vintage 30) -nice high end but not piercing like I’ve heard some speakers. I’m sorry I’m advance for making a new thread about speakers. I appreciate any advice. Btw the amp is a Blackstar Artist 15 for anyone who is interested.