I recently picked up a very clean Fender Studio Bass amp. Its a mid 70's 200w all tube head which I'm pretty sure was designed by Paul Rivera along with the Super Twin of the same era. It has a classic Fender tone stack (of course) and an additional "presence" control. It also has a switchable 5 band rotary EQ section. Originally came in a combo with an EV 15. Mine is just the amp section placed into a (very nice) mojo-tone Fender style head cabinet. Very nice sounding. I have been using it through a Berg CN212 and it sounds great through that cab, but the Berg is 18" wide and the amp is 26" wide. This got me thinking about getting a more width appropriate cab built and also to seek a more vintage design. I was thinking of something like a somewhat updated Bassman 2x15, but with the drivers offset, and tuned a bit lower than the traditional Bassmans, which don't deliver much below 80hz or so. I spoke with Don Oatman and we considered JBL D140's, K140's or K145's. Don also suggested I consider some of the modern Eminence Kappa 15's or even the Faital pro 15pr400 (which he really seems to like). I am seeking a bit updated oldschool tone cab, that might have a bit more range (particularly down low), and even response across the range, than the original cab/speakers offered, so the modern drivers are appealing. I also really like the amp through the Berg CN212, so modern speaker technology is not out of the question at all. OTOH, it does seem like a JBL K140 2x15 cab would just sound really great with this amp. Of course with the JBL's, I'd have to go seek them somewhere and hope that I got some that were not beat to death. There is also the weight consideration too. So, I am seeking some input from the collective wisdom of TB on some way to think through this decision. Don certainly makes it easy to consider options, but I will need to come to some decision here in order to have a cab to go with my new/old amp. thoughts ?