I know this has been discussed a lot, but I couldn't find anything that can apply to my situation. Gear: Epiphone Embassy Standard V (5er) usually with only the neck pickup up at about 25% and the passive tone knob @ 75-100%; and a Peavey MAX115 (if I remember correctly) compo amp with sè following settings: Gain & Master 11o'clock, B 10o'clock, M 12o'clock, H 7-8o'clock and the mod freq all the way down at about 200hz . Oh and the bass is strung with Chromes aged 1week of somewhat intense playing. Now my question is: in church I play in the orchestra and always had no trouble at all cutting trough even with dead rounds ( Warwick reds) with this setting, but recently the pa guy (who has very little experience) messed with the piano eq knobs and now I can barely hear myself if the piano is turned up a little. I tried to eq it myself boosting the settings I cut and viceversa but the guy is seeming to like the mifull kinda eq. Is there a way to eq my amp (I don't go di) and be able to hear myself in a better way in this setting?