I have a Bassman 200 combo (200W w/15"). It was made shortly before Fender bought SWR, and went "silver-face" on the Bassman series (about 4-5 years ago). It sounds great, but the (Mexican made) pre-SWR Bassman amps tend to die pretty young. Really poorly built electronics, but the speaker and horn are fine. Is there any reason when it dies that I can't stick a 1/4" jack on the back and use it as a 1x15" (with horn) cabinet, if I purchase a new head? Presumably the cross-over for the speaker/horn is inside the amp, and would still work; there's a nice dial on the back the control the amount of horn. I'd probably get a higher-wattage head, but I'd be careful not over-drive the speaker.