I found this recently since I have always played 1x15 combos in the past and just got a sweet deal on a 2x10 and I'm having a tough time getting along with it, and didn't realize how much of a difference there could be between the two options! Mine is an Ashdown, but I'll assume that a 1x15 ashdown would be as different from the 2x10 as the Ampegs are from each other in the video? When I saw the video it hit me like a ton of bricks, like THAT 2x10 sound on YouTube is exactly why I don't like this amp I got! And it's super slick, made in England, birch ply, retailed at like 1500 and I payed $500 shipped brand new! I don't think I can find a 1x15 for the same price, so I might just be out of luck unless I can sell it? Or is there a way to get that mid-hump to go away? It's literally giving me headaches and making it hard to practice. I must just be sensitive to the frequencies in that band? And to me, the 1x15 (at least in the video and in my memories) are more "open" sounding and a bit more natural, like less band-compression?