Hey all, long time looker on the forums, but can't seem to find anything real specific on this here. I play a '99 Warwick Corvette STD5 through a EBS Reidmar 250 + GK NEO212II cab, and it feels as though the cab can't handle what either the bass, the head, or the combination of the two is giving it. I wouldn't really say it is doing a classic 'fart out' I know what that sounds like, and it isn't really clipping/distorting at the cone like that. Plus, it seems as though the head has way more headroom than it would possibly need with that cab, considering it is a 600 watt rated cab, and I am only running half the wattage of the head due to the 8 ohm rating on the cab. The best way I can describe it is that the tone is kind of blatty, like there is some kind of excess resonance in the cab, and lacking in punchiness and definition. I have done some extensive fiddling with the EQ from totally flat to big cuts in the bass and low mids, I have everything on the bass at center, I have dialed in and backed off the compressor, cut the gain back so that I wasn't getting any of the soft clip that EBS touts the amp as having, and checked out all the joints and construction of the cab, which is totally solid as far as I can feel and tell. So, I figured I'd tune in here and see if anyone had any experience or ideas before I took more drastic steps, like unloading the head or the cab. I play pretty aggressive bass for a no-wave/experimental/noise band and we rehearse pretty loud, though in a small space, so we're not actually turned up all that high. I probably have the gain at about 9-10 o'clock, compressor at noon, and master at 3 or 4. I probably notice it most when I really dig in with finger style playing, and on loud sustained notes. Thanks for any help or ideas, I appreciate the collective wisdom and insight on these forums.