I know the OP paired the 6.2 head with a original Shuttle 12T cabinet, but I wanted to share my experience with the 6.2-12T combo, with the second gen cabinet.
I picked up a store demo 6.2-12T in December last year and threw it right into the fire of a theatre performance weekend. For reasons of conserving space, I had been using my Carvin B500-10 combo, which was getting the job done very well. Bringing in the 6.2-12T was night and day difference, with just a bit larger footprint. Huge sound! My drummer came over and looked at the amp, just agape at the sound that was coming out of a tiny combo. I'm not even sure if the speaker was broken in yet- I have no idea how much it'd been played at this store.
I've been so impressed with the combo that I broke down last week and bought a barely-used 12T extension cabinet. It's on the vehicle for delivery with FedEx as I type this. Can't wait to hear the sound of the "Ed Friedland stack". I anticipate playing just about all my theatre gigs with the combo, throwing in the extension for any larger venues or if I just want the amp to cruise.
I was thinking I'd want to sell the 6.2 head and swap in a 9.2, but I honestly don't think I need the extra watts. I'm very pleased with the 6.2 combo.
The list on these two pieces together is well over $1800, but I ended up with about $1100 in it, shipped, so I think I got a reasonably good deal on the stack. This is an amp setup that will take care of my performance needs probably until I'm tired of playing, years from now.
Last edited by MichaelVee : 03-15-2013 at 08:20 AM.