I wanted to know if anyone is using the Markbass CMD 102P 210 combo in a gigging classic rock and/or hard rock cover band. I've been on the fence now for a few years on the Markbass CMD102P combo. I love the weight, size and solo tone of the MB when I try it in the shop. However, the price has been a big factor for me and I'm not certain how well it does in a gigging rock setting. Background on me: I'm in a 3 piece band + singer. We play mostly small local bars in the area. Weekend warrior classic and hard rock covers, everything from the Who, Black Crows, Zeppelin, Billy Idol to STP, Alice in Chains, Green Day, Foo Fighters and Seether. We don't play loud for most venues and the drummer has a light touch. CURVE: We also have been doing some acoustic sets to start off for the smaller restaurant gigs. My current small gig setup is an Ampeg PF800 to an Avatar 210 neo cab. Great little setup but I'm looking to replace with the Markbass for absolute simplicity and weight. (Note: I do have an Ampeg SVT7/Ampeg 410 or Avatar 410 as my 'big' rig). I'm pretty sure the Markbass will do what I want but wanted to get some opinions from other rockers out there. Most threads and posts I've read on the MB amps relate to other genres. Most folks in my area that have MB equipment are playing other types of music too. The Markbass 210 combo is usually the amp that I plug into when at GC and it always sounds great, but not my gear and not in a band setting. It's a steep price to pay to be wrong. Thanks!