I've found myself in a band where I'm switching between guitar and a Fender Bass VI for different songs in our set, so I've been trying to piece together a rig that works well for both. This is a rather lo-fi garage rock sound. I've been using a Hiwatt 50W clone head into an old naugahyde Kustom 2x15" cab, the Kustom has Eminence Alpha-15A's in it. This combo is working out pretty well for the Bass VI, but lacks in the high freqs a bit for guitar, as would be expected. It's been passable, but I'd like better. For the Bass VI I'm not looking for anything super dark, bright is ok. I recently picked up one of the newer '65 Twin Reverb reissues with the single 15". The open back of course farts out on the low E with the Bass VI at volume, but seems to run great with the Kustom added in as an extension cab, which puts it at 2ohms total load. Gets nice low end out of the cab while the bright 15" in the Twin puts out nice highs that were lacking with the previous setup. It's just a lot to lug to a show. I'd rather just deal with the Hiwatt clone head. I was thinking, putting some different speakers in the cab might help me out when using the Hiwatt. Something with a wider range. Or just replacing 1 of the 2 for micing. Any recommendations, or other solutions? I was thinking maybe finding some older bright JBLs, some K130s or something. Might be closer to what this cab originally had anyway. Or maybe just replace one of the Alphas with a Delta for a bit more range. Thanks in advance for reading this abnormal request.