Hey folks, After a lot of reading and studying in this awesome forum, I‘d like to post my 1st thread with my current struggle topic. I have a nice Fender 5F2 Tweed Princeton chassis which is wired so clean and awesome that I love looking at it...but that is not what it was made for...;-) I now need a cabinet and a speaker for the Amp. The original 5F2 had a 8“ Jensen P8R and some people say that the magic of that amp is contributing to the large cabinet in combination with the small speaker... Other people say that if you have that kind of a bigger cabinet it is better to use a bigger speaker. E.g. a 10“ or 12“ and now I don’t know what to do... I‘m looking for a bedroom / around the house amp, which works well for bluesy stuff and some rock with pedals. At the moment I use my loved Fender 5F1 Champ for that stuff and really like that one. Sometimes it jut could be a little „bigger“ but it is close to perfect. And I love the two inputs for using one for the guitar and the other for a CD player with backing. So what is your opinion on my mind confusing thoughts? Stay vintage correct (what I mostly do) and just get a 8“? Or get a 12“ because it’s bigger? Or a 10“ as a compromise?