I play in a little originals band. We play in small venues with 2 or 3 other bands on the bill. Think 100-200 people in the crowd. These places normally provide a 'soundguy' and PA support for vocals and kick drum. Then your guitarist points his Twin Reverb at his feet and blows the eardrums of anybody near the stage. Good times. I'd like for us to sound better. Even if I can't really fix all the problems with our live sound. I play 4-string and key bass. Right now I run both into my amp and kinda eyeball the volume knob. I don't really know what I should actually set it to as soundchecks are not a thing here. Quick line check and go. I was thinking about investing in a nice DI and handing the 'soundguy' a cable to plug into his board, and a beer. I'd still have my amp on stage as a monitor. But I could let the PA actually carry the room and somebody who can actually hear what the band sounds like set my level. That seems like it would be for the better. Right? Would it be best to run both the 4-string and keyboard through the DI (with an A/B first) or to give the soundguy two lines? And is this a bad idea or do you think it would actually work okay?