Tonight at the blues jam I took only one cab. I usually take two. (Playing a Markbass Little Mark III head through one or two Markbass Traveler 151P cabs). I know that dual cabs is always overkill at the jam, but it's just been fun to have the sound of both. Anyway, I've been sick (including tonight--just got home), so I took just one. Plenty of power at 300W, and the 15 can take it. Yet, the 151P isn't necessarily the deepest sounding cab, with it's bit of built-in mid boost. Well, I thought the rig sounded pretty good as I played in the host band. Then, after two other bass players played it they said they thought it sounded better than when I had two cabs there. Even our drummer said the same. I guess it sounded tighter with one cab. And, btw, it had PLENTY of lows, even low mids, depending on where you played on the strings. The last guy sounded really good (TB member sobie18). Perfect bass tone, IMO, and good articulation on his part. With two cabs it seems that the low lows can come out more, so I have to dial them back some in that case. The one cab still had them there, only a bit more subdued, I guess. Anyone else prefer one cab to two?