One of my little hobbies is big and loud vintage bass rigs. I am loving the my recent Acoustic 360/361 acquisition, I really dig my Ampeg SVT and 8x10 cab, my favorite is probably my 1970's Ampeg V4B with the matching 2x15 folded horn V4B cabinet. In my defense, I do play in bands and I gig several times a month, and these big rigs do get used.... not all the time, but when I have a big room or outdoor gig I bring the big guns. But, now I am onto Marshall.... I just picked up a late 1960's Marshall cabinet, Model 2032. It's a tall 4x12 cabinet (the size of a typical 8x10) and it was made for bass or organ (see attached). The cab has two of the original speakers and sounds great using one of my other heads. I don't know a ton about Marshall bass heads, but do know that I want to go vintage. I think a hand-wired pre-1973 Super Bass 100 watt is my best choice. I've never played bass through a Marshall Super Bass. Does anyone out there have any tidbits, words to the wise, and/or experience playing though a Super Bass rig?