I occasionally use a newer model Carvin 8x10 for "bigger" outdoor shows and such. It is not part of my regular rig. It is provided and available to me at no additional expense. I like its form factor and coverage for big-stage outdoor shows, but the thing is sonically unbalanced as hell. A bit blurry, and there are peaks and holes in the frequency response at many different points in the spectrum - some pretty severe. My regular rig (VT Deluxe +power amp) can't EQ around the sonic deficiencies of this cab. I'm curious if a 31 band graphic would be able to balance the cab out and get rid of the blurriness? It is well padded inside, all surfaces, so that's not the problem. It is also all-original with original speakers (PS-10 ceramics). All 10's are in one chamber, shelf ported at the bottom. It doesn't fart out, it just sounds blurry and tonally unbalanced. It sure would be nice just to carry a 31 band graphic to the gigs where I need to use it so I can just plug-n-play with my regular rack. Do you think a 31 band graphic could "fix" this cab and make it sound more flat? Thanks.