Our band is trying to go to an ampless setup (as much as possible, anyway). A major step in this direction was the lead guitarist finding a way to go direct with an elaborate system of gizmos that sounds great. Since I do the sound when we are in venues where there is no FOH, I'm looking to lighten the load for me. If I don't have to lug my current rig (Barefaced 6x10 cab with Carvin B1500 and dbx 266 compressor in a 4U rack case) it would save my back and room in the truck. Our PA setup is 2 Evolve 50 column array units plus a Presonus Air15 sub fed by a Carvin Concert 16-channel analog mixer. I submix the drums and the 4 instruments played by one of the players from a Soundcraft 12 channel mixer going into the Carvin. We will be using EIMs instead of wedges. So, my question is: what product is best for me to go ampless? I have checked out a lot of the video reviews of Sansamp and Darkglass products and they seem to emphasize a distorted, raspy, mid-heavy sound that I find horrible. We play a variety of material that includes classic rock, blues, pop, soul, country, etc. depending on the venue. We are not super loud and I am looking for a regular, non-distorted bass sound.