Asking for your opinion. I have an 80s Roland JC-120 that I got for a steal - $200. Working but damaged cabinet (which I repaired myself) and non-original speakers (Eminence Screaming Eagles... which do not work well in the JC-120). So.. I'm about to buy new speakers for it... and just for general use in any of my other amps, or future amps. Remember how people used to mix a Celestion Greenback with a Celestion Blue several years ago? It was all the rage. Well, I like that sound for cleanish stuff. That "Wind Cries Mary" tone. But those speakers can't handle the power of a JC-120. So I was thinking that a higher-power equivalent might be a Celestion Creamback (G12H-75) and a Celestion Cream. They're both the same efficiency rating (100db). Also, I'm hoping to get a Fender Twin at some point, and if these Celestions didn't work out great in the JC-120, I could used them in the Twin. Or, any other amp that I have around. Since the JC120 is stereo, the speakers are 8 ohms each... so they'd work in most 1x12 combos too. Heavy? Yeah. But the JC120 has wheels on it. What do you think? If you've got experience with either or both of those speakers, or something else even... I'd love to hear it. I've got the money in the hand and probably going to make a purchase in the next few days.