Hey experts, I have a serious problem: I can't choose what cab(s) I need ! 1) I want a clear but warm and buttery sound. The typical Ampeg sound is not what I want, I like a clean and detailed top end PLUS creamy mids and fat lows. 2) I play rock, fingerstyle funk and a bit of blues and jazz. We don't do large venues, we play in our "den", on small parties etc. Maybe a bar now and then. I also do some jam sessions now and then. The band is drum, bass (duh), guitar, keys, sax. The guitarplayer uses small amps (50 watts or less). 3) My own 'music room' is one the 2nd floor. The chairs are steep. So.....I need LIGHT gear. 4) I don't want to spend a fortune. I am leaning towards an amp such as the Markbass (small, light, affordable). Don't like the Vintage Tube Emulator thing, but in 'clean' mode it's fine. Or I may spend more and buy a used Glockenklang (I live in The Netherlands, Glocks are expensive but nothing like in the USA, and they keep their value well.) Any advice on amps is welcome. But the real question is cab(s). I can have a regional cab builder (he makes fine stuff) make a cab for me. Basically he'll build anything. So, assuming I need maybe 300 Watts, what shall I do? 2 1x12 cabs? (easy to transport) 1x12 + 1x10 (maybe a better top end ?) 1x15 + 1x10 (better bottom)? Or a 2x12+6" cab ? (seems like a fine all round cab, but a little heavier) Or.....one single 15"+6" cab? Teh 15"gives the lows, the 6" the highend, and it's still transportable..... Or even 15"+6" AND a 12"+6" .....(seems like overkill for my applications) Or...or ... ? Advice is MORE THEN WELCOME. !!!