I have a Blues Jr NOS with the BillM tone stack mods. I'm looking for a replacement speaker to give it a fuller sound. The stock Jensen C12N reissue was way too harsh sounding on overdriven single notes, while the Eminence Texas Heat I have currently replaced it with cut out too much of the presence frequencies for chord playing. The Jensen was good for rhythm, but bad for leads. The Eminence was good for leads, but bad for rhythm. I'm hoping to find a speaker which can excel at both.I was wondering if you could also please help me pick out which of your speakers best fits my needs? I'd like to keep the classic Fender "sparkle" high-end available (chimey, but not harsh), while also maintaining enough low end and low-mids thickness to remedy some of the Blues Jr's "boxy" sound. I'd like solos to sound warm, but still have frequencies to cut through a crowded live band mix. I play mainly a Fender telecaster in a classic rock band (Beatles, Stones, Zeppelin, Petty, Springsteen, AC/DC, The Cars, etc). I'm not a heavy metal player at all, but mostly rock and some blues. My band has a three-piece horn section too, so it's very important that my amp can cut through the mix without having to increase to super loud stage volumes. Based on my feedback regarding the Texas Heat, tech support at Eminence recommended their GA-SC64 instead. How does the GA-SC64 cut in a live band mix? I'm also considering a Celestion G12H30(75Hz) 70th Anniversary and an Eminence Swamp Thang. Open to other suggestions. Could you please help recommend the best choice? Any input is appreciated. Thank you very much!