Hey guys. I hope I'm post this in the right forum.. Tonight I had a rehearsal with a big band. I took my two Aguilar 1x12 and my GK700RB.. This was in a big auditorium which has no kind of sound tiles on the walls what so ever. Pretty much you can hear yourself and those immediately around you.. Everything else gets lost. Except (you guessed it) for the bass. Its a totally wooden stage with a pit area in front. The sound guy was complaining that the bass was too boomy and its the same problem they have in the auditorium with all of the bass players. You would think, if this is a reoccuring problem, they would thing to have a riser for the amp or something to get it off of directly sitting on the stage. My EQ is set flat with a little bit of boost on the bass.. From where I stand it sounds great. Actually its the best it has sounded in a while and the rest of the rhythm section agreed. But out in the auditorium it was "too boomy".. I told them to cut the bass in the EQ for the house mix.. Just give me mids and highs to balance out the boominess from the stage. Well, they didnt even have me in the mix at all. They said what I was getting from the stage was pleanty loud (this is confusing to me because they dont have me in the house because the mix sounds great without it, but I'm too boomy? Isnt this kind of contradictory?) Anyway, what can I do to cut the boominess coming from the stage but still keep the same volume and EQing I have? Our performance tomorrow, so putting me on a riser is probably out of the question. I really have no stand that sits low enough, and is strong enough, to hold both of the 1x12s. I stand with the amp behind me at a distance where the sound hits my head. So, aiming the amp more towards my ears so I can turn it down isnt much of an option. Any suggestions? I dont want to be a d!ck to the sound guy but it sounds like a tuning problem with the auditorium that has never been resolved. I want it to sound good in the hall, but I also want to be able to hear myself and my intonation because the show will be recorded for CD..