When I was also running two Weber NeoMags, I didn't like their tone much. Bright in a tinny way and whimpy on the lower mids. Today I'm running one Weber NeoMag together with a Jensen Neo 12-100. Each speaker is driven independently by its own half of a Rocktron V300 power amp fed by an SMS Classic Preamp. I bring up the volume on the NeoMag to playing level first. Then I add the Jensen Neo just enough to fill in where the Weber is weak (especially the lower mids). This works very well for me.
But as this gear stuff is a sickness, just Wed., I got my MC50 back from Classic Tube Audio all restored and ready to go with my also new FYD preamp and 1X12 w/JBL E120. I probably won't get around to actually setting up and using the new rig until next week. It will be interesting to compare and contrast it to my original rig.
“[P]ersonally I disagree with the general philosophy of ‘genre equals gear’ at anything beyond a cosmetic level. I think the right idea is to find the right amp for you, and then play whatever kind of music you like. The “Jerry Thing” was just Jerry. It wouldn’t have mattered what he used and he used a lot of stuff.” Steve Kimock (The Gear Page 04/08/18)