I've just joigned a working AC/DC cover band, and I'm playing Malcolm's parts. We are really dedicated to reproducing ACDC's show, and that includes getting the right tone. I currently play a stock '70 Superlead through a stock '75 4x12" (with G12M blackbacks). I usually play through the High Sensitivity Treble Channel, everything at noon, except volume between 1 and 2. It sounds awesome, and it gets pretty close to Malcolm's tone, if a bit too gainy - but I use PAF style pickups, which doesn't help. I'm getting Filtertrons installed in the next few days. Malcolm uses mostly an early 70s superbass, and sometimes a 60s JTM45/100, I believe. IMO his tone is rather clean, with hair on top, and has an iron-fisted bass & authority. What I'd need: - An amp that *nails* Malcolm's tone (e.g. "For Those About to Rock", "T.N.T", "You Shook Me All Night Long"...) - Absolutely 100% roadworthy (my '70 SL becoming a backup amp) - the right power for playing from 50 to 500 seaters (and I'll have my old 100-watter for the big gigs anyway) So: What Germino head should I get? I'm set up on a Germino amp so please no recommandation for other makers. Also: should I get a 4x12" with G12H30s, or should I keep on rockin' my blackback G12Ms? Many thanks !!