I'm currently recording an EP with my band. We've been gigging fairly seriously and are now using one of the best studios in the area with the ultimate goal of some airplay and bigger gigs. I have a Schroeder Mini 12 as my only cab. I love everything about it in a live situation. It has punch and clarity and sounded amazing in some pretty big venues. We are a 3-piece acoustic folk-rock band and I tend to play funky fingerstyle through a Moses Custom Jazz. I was pretty confident going into the studio. My tone is pretty clean and well balanced. I have an SVT -3Pro and a GK 800RB so most bases were covered. The bottom line - Our engineer thinks the tone is purely low-mid frequencies delivered with lots of punch. He's has problems getting true low-end frequencies into the mix and has suggested I either get a 4x10 or add a cab to my Mini 12. The engineer is excellent. He's delivered great results so far and has even isolated my tracks to show in Pro-Tools where it lacks for both heads. I'm sure he's not being a studio jerk! Has anyone recorded with a Mini 12? I'm a huge Schroeder fan so I'm after suggestions to maximise my rig for both gigs and the studio. Should I add a forward facing 12 inch cab? Add a 2x10? A 15? Get another Schroeder? What goes best with a Mini 12? Any cab brands and types that you recommend will be appreciated. I'm thinking EA, Epifani or Accugroove but can't get access to any in Australia to try first. I'm trying to stay lightweight so under 45 pounds if possible. Thanks.