I'm not sure if I need to replace the speaker or not. Im open to suggestions. I have the neo creamback version. Im not 100% happy with the tone. Then again it could not be broken in fully yet. I have owned it half a year. I've tweeked, and tweeked. My pedals sound good through the amp, but I still some what feel it should be better. The amp is not giving me the 60s-70s classic/outlaw country tones I was expecting. Or even the classic rock tones. It seems to be a very full sounding speaker. Instead of my tele sounding twangy and mean, it sounds sterile and full. Not necessarily a bad thing. Just not what I'm going for. Im running a roadworn 50s with Seymour Duncan antiquity 55 in bridge. Stock pickup in neck. For some reason that pickup swap made my middle position out of phase sounding. But thats a different issue. I think that comes down to the shops in my area that I dont have 100% confidence in. Im trying to get those classic merle tones. But im also chasing this newish nasty twangy tele sound i keep hearing. I can almost get their with my pedal board. But I feel for a 1300$ amp it should be better than this. Any help is appreciated. Plus im saving for a 2019-2020 les paul 59 reissue . I feel the bass will be to much for humbuckers ( could be wrong) I have amps in my studio ranging from 40s- modern day. But I bought this amp specifically for a reliable workhorse all around tone machine. So far thats not the case. But its close! My next purchase will prob be a dr z z lux or more British sounding model.