I've been lurking on various speaker threads and bought a Tone Tubby. So to 'repay' the forum as it were I'll jot down my ramblings er findings as it happens. Amp-Cornell Romany Plus stock 6L6 and Jensen Chicago/Mod 12/70. I've been running it with an EL34 and Vintage 30 (well broken in given by a friend). This got the amp to gigging volumes but top end was a bit harsh at times. It was nearly there but not enough. So I bought the Tone Tubby, put it in the Cornell and as it loves my Strat that's what I plugged in. I must admit that I expected the speaker to sound horrible. So I strummed a G chord and cringed. Sound ok So I gave it 10 mins of strummed chords at moderate levels. I then rigged up my SMMH and gave it a loop of barre chords slightly distorted for 30 mins. I then played over the loop with a bass guitar at low volume. I then gave it a rest. My initial thoughts are that it's a great speaker. It's very warm sounding. However it sounds not quite right as if it's trying to be a great speaker. I'm cranking the treble a bit and it still sounds a bit funny. However it's got about an hour of home volume on it. I'm playing out quite a bit so I'll give it some over the next week or two. I also have a 15w head and 2x12 so if the TT doesnt work out as a sole speaker I'll put it in the 2x12 with something that helps it along. This cab has EVM12L's (with a 15w head) and the plan is to try other speakers. I could even pair it with the V30. Please watch this space and I'll try it with other valves and other guitars as we go.