So I landed a permanent job with a new group, and this is the first time I'll be playing upright and electric on the same gigs, and I'm a little lost on the problem of tone and really just the whole idea of doubling. Let me start by saying I'm not happy with my amplified upright tone... I play a Shen SB100 and LOVE the tone both pizz and Arco. But amplified it still sounds to boomy OR like an electric. Just not woody in every way. What should I do, both gear and technique-wise to improved rig to get a satisfactory sound on both upright and electric? I currently play the Shen through a upton solo PU into a sansamp DI into a Gallien-Krueger backline 600 to the GK Backline 4x10 cab and my electrics are a 6 string peavey grind and a squire vintage modified fretless. I know the amp isn't ideal, but I got a nice deal and I need the power. Any suggestions as to diff PU's, amps, pedals, mics, whatever that could help my tone and make a quick switch between the two easier? Though money is always an issue, Just give me advice based on it not, and I can prioritize what I need first from there. Thanks Talkbass!