I received a request from a Brother TBer for a review on the Tri 2-10 / Tri 1-12 combination. As background, I've been gigging with both cabs typically in small to medium sized bars/clubs. Also, did one outdoor gig with no PA support. I usually place the 12 cab on top of the 2-10, with the 2-10 on its side on the floor. I purposely bought this cab combination so that I could use them together for loud gigs, use the 1-12 for soft gigs, and use the 2-10 by itself for anything in between. Did I mention that I'm almost 50 years old with a sore back? so, the Whappos were out of the question. As far as tone, punch, and volume, these cabs are everything that has been mentioned in previous TB threads on Accugroove cabs so I won't duplicate the content of those posts - I'll let you do the search. These two cabs function very well as a pair. I had concerns that one cab would be louder than the other due to the small diff in the "sensitivity" rating, but no, they seem to have a balanced volume when run together (maybe the TB engineer types might be able to explain the technical aspects of this matter). Using either my WT-550 or GK 1001rb II, the two cabs provide more bottom, volume, and punch than I would ever need at the gigs that I play. I'm frankly very impressed with the amount of bottom that they put out. I run the amp's bass control at only 12-1 o'clock and have tons of full, deep, articulate low end! With these Tri cabs, the mids and highs can be added as desired - refined warm and Hi Fi style tone, or gritty almost-harsh zinging highs, what ever turns you on. I recently tried an El Whappo at the Honolulu AG dealer, ABC Music. Played it at what I would describe as soft- to medium-volume. I also went to see a friend run a WW Ultra / Whappo rig at a loud blues gig. IMHO, my stack seems like it sounds comparable to the Whappo as far as overall tone, bottom, punch, and volume capability. However, if you read the TB posts from the guys that play Whappos at loud volume on live gigs, it seems that the Whappo has an incredibly HUGE amount of low end! stuuuupidly HUGE! I'm guessing that this is primarily due to the 12" & 15" drivers and the dimensions of the Whappo cab, relative to the 2-10 cab. but then the Whappo is a very heavy cab for us old farts. As I previously alluded, I bought the 1-12 / 2-10 combination for ease of transport. I'm getting all the tone, punch, and volume that I need in an easy to schlepp rig. Overall, I'm very happy with my rig. I hope this will do for a quick Sunday morning review.