Hi, I play regularly in a Blues and Classic Rock cover band with two rather loud guitarists. They arent too loud but could do to turn down a little. Either way I am running a Stingray into a Mesa Boogie BB750 and a 4ohm Aguilar GS212. I know the GS212 is known to have a bit of a mid scoop but I fugured the Stringray and the grittiness of the BB750 would make up for where the GS212 lacks. It appears I was wrong. My E and A strings are loud, punchy and sit perfectly in the mix, however, as soon as I play anywhere on the neck on the D and G strings my sound gets completely lost. I have to turn way up which makes my E and A sound horrible. I know Stingrays are known to have a bit of a volume balance issue concerning the D and G string but I have tried everything, bumping the mid and treble, raising the pickup beneath the high strings. Nothing. Obviously it would seem like the answer is another cabinet. Which gets my GAS a little excited I open to alot of suggestions. I dont know whether to add to the 212, replace it or replace it and add to that? Anybody have a similar problem?