Here's the situation...I recently sold my reissue 1960BX 4x12 to make my road rig a bit more "portable (I'm not getting any younger)," and purchased a used THD 2x12. I decided on the THD after a bunch of research where most everyone agreed it had the "thump" of a 4x12 without the size. OK...I'll give it a shot. It arrived and I've played it out a half-dozen times. It's loaded with two Vintage 30s, which I believe contributes to the issue. My 4x12 was loaded with Greenbacks and I truly miss the tone I was getting with those speakers. There's just too much difference with the THD...more of a midrange spike that just doesn't sound right. We recorded last weeks gig, and though the guitar sits well in the mix, it's missing something I had with the 4x12. The question is...what would you recommend for a speaker compliment to get me "back in the zone" I was in with my 4x12? Can I swap one of the V30s for something else to get me closer. Install a couple of Greenbacks? G12H30? Blue? I play a '71 50w bass head with volumes ranging from 3-6 and wanna go back "home!" Thanks for any and all replies!