I've searched, Googled, etc. Some background: My gigs are pretty low to medium volume, mostly jazz, sometimes pop or light rock. The venues are small to medium, 400 people tops. The larger venues have PA support, but just a pair of 15's on sticks. I play a fretted 5, fretless 4 and upright for big band gigs. I currently have an Eden WT-550 and Bergantino HT112. It sounds great and has plenty of power. It's not too bad to haul around, but sometimes I wish I had a little combo amp. I used an SWR WM10 and it handled the B string surprisingly well and kept up with a 10 piece funk band - in rehearsals. It also was all I needed to play JC Superstar in a 400 seat theatre. I'm wondering if something like a WM12 would be enough? It lacks the tube pre, but I could always get something. Do I use a head/cab just for ego? Is it just to "look" cool at the gig? My current rig does sound nice, but would something else be almost as good, certainly good enough for the average listener at a bar? It's not like I'm recording or anything.