Hey, all. I currently run either a Markbass F500 or SD1200 with one or two Baer ML-112s. Recognizing that the mid-driver Baer cabs are more rock-oriented, I still do play quite a bit of contemporary jazz with slap and need to make the sound coming out of the Baers as “modern” as possible for that genre of music. I could buy a tweetered cab but do not want to go that route since I love the Baers to death. What I like about the Markbass amps are their semi-parametric EQ capability to dial out the “gank” area as well as their treble affecting the very high 10k region, which helps maximize as much as possible the treble extension coming from the Baer’s mid-driver range of 6k or so. So while I'm not unhappy with the SD1200, I’d like to consider a different amp and wanted to see what you would suggest to replace it. I’d like something that: 1) puts out more power than the Markbass F500; 2) has a different tonal character than the Markbass SD1200; 3) provides a great slap tone when paired with my Baer cabs; 4) <=$1,000. If any amp suggested does not have parametric EQ, I would want to make sure those fixed EQ points are a good match with the Baers. Lastly, I wonder if I'm asking too much for suggestions for a dual-purpose amp that also adds some "grind" when I do play rock. Sometimes, I feel my Markbass amps are a little too "character-less" for rock. FWIW, I play a Bart-equipped Lakland 55-02 for the smooth jazz stuff and a jazz-style “A” bass and '76 P-bass for rock & worship. All have nickel rounds. Thanks and I look forward to suggestions.