I'm a reformed rocker that's been moving to more and more support of acoustic instruments. Currently, I'm playing with traditional folk instruments (flute, banjo, pipers, fiddle, etc.) and the occasional singer/songwriter. We rarely have drummers, or if we do, it's percussion and hand drum. Low stage volume is a must when mic'd, but we often play without PA at all. However, that former rocker part means that most of my gear is complete overkill. I've pared all of amp back to a single 2x10 with a D head, and a 35 watt kickback combo. Here's the problem- The kickback is volume appropriate, but sounds like poop. The 2x10 (4 ohm) is still way too loud. The amp is set on master at 2. I'm looking at the new crop of single 12s and could use a recommendation. I think 8 ohms mean I could turn up more with less perceived loudness. Kickback would be awesome since we play very small stages, as small and light as possible. I play a six and acoustic 5, so it does need to handle a B. Low volume, sounds great, money is no object. Go!