Hi All, Please bear with me for the very brief background. I just got a Fender Super Sonic 22 and I really like it. However, I am experiencing two issues: Too much high end - I'm not sure if ice picky is the right word, but I definitely find myself dialing back the treble quite a bit on both channels with singles and HBs Sounds a bit unrefined on the clean channel with certain dirt boxes in front - Especially if there is a hint of a fuzz quality in the OD, it comes out as fizz. I know and Fender and fuzz don't typically match, but I think this can be improved. These pedals sound very good on the "burn" channel though. So I'm considering a speaker swap to tame the high end a bit and maybe smooth out the tone a tad. For these reasons I was considering: - G12-65 type - very likely the WGS ET65, but the Emi Tonespotter or Tonker sound good too - Emi Swamp Thang - I've had this speaker before and really liked it, huge low end and restrained top - maybe too scooped? Esp for this amp? - Cannabis Rex - I don't know much about this speaker, but many like it and it sounds in the ball park of what I am looking for Stock, the SS22 comes with an Emi special design for Fender "Lightning Bolt". I can't find out much about this speaker, but my impression is that it is probably a lot like the Celestion G12P-80 in the Fender HotRod III amps. Intended to cover a lot of sonic territory, clean to OD and not impart too much character if its own (i.e. kind of sterile and a bit too crisp and strident). Lastly, this is a 1x12 open back combo amp of course, so that will factor into the speaker equation. Thanks for any thoughts or suggestions!