What sized cabinet for a THD UniValve for recording at home studio volumes?
I'm pretty sold on getting a THD UniValve, but I was wondering what sized cabinet suits this amplifier best. I'm not keen on the idea of a 4x12 because it's going to be spending most of its time in a 12x14 room in an apartment, so I can't crank it. So, between a 1x12 and 2x12, what sounds best?
Or, could I just hook it up to speakers of my Orange AD30R? I use the Orange for gigs and recording on occasion, and the THD is going to stay in the "studio", and I hear Vintage 30s are a good match for the THD.
Then again, I've read the THD is similar to an Orange AD30, but I've also read that by using a 5751 and 5881 tubes you can get "a hardy blend of Fender clang and Marshall grind, and added twanginess to the rich distortion brew" (Guitar Player Magazine).