Since I'm still waiting for the 6505 MH I can't speak to how that
amp matches up with this cab . I am in the process of hooking up
and playing through a bunch of small amps I have.
I plugged in my Marshall DSL5 and I couldn't dial in a useable sound to save my life. Pedals, no pedals,
1 Watt, 5 watts, it all sounded like complete shit to me.
I then plugged in my Firefly 1.5 watt diy project amp and it sounded OK. Nothing to get orgasmic about.
Then I went with a Marshall Class 5 and pedals and it sounds pretty good.
I still have a few more amps I want to try just for shits and giggles. It was
bought to use with the 6505 MH so I won't know if I really like it until I get
that amp and spend some time with it. The speaker is brand new and hasn't been
broken in at all but that's always been a more subtle characteristic for me. I'm a shit
player too but I know when I'm happy with an amp/spkr. tone wise. Unless something
I try sounds great I won't bother to record anything with it yet. Maybe I should have ordered
the 112-C. That has a V30 in it and is paired with the Classic MH.
BTW this cab can be converted to open back but I hadn't even considered taking off the