I wasn't sure whether to put this in Amps or Effects; It could really go either way. I've got a Fender Rumble 500 2x10 combo. It's a very "flat" sounding amp, producing plenty of volume and decent tone, without coloring the sound too much. I like it for its versatility, since I play a variety of music in a number of different bands, as well as its power and light weight. Over the weekend I was playing my Lakland (Bart humbuckers and preamp) through a G-K 400-RB combo, and really digging the sound coming out of it. It isn't a sound that would work for everything I do, so I don't want to ditch the Fender for a G-K, but I wouldn't mind having that sound in my pallette. Is there any way I can shape the EQ on the Fender to approach the G-K sound? Is that a mid-scoop, or boost? I can't tell, I just know that it sounds "thick". I realize the drivers in the combos will affect the sound too, but I'm just trying to get close, not exact. If I want exact I know I have to get a G-K. I have an EQ pedal I can use in addition to the preamp on the bass, and the EQ section of the amp. Heck, I even have a couple of different preamps I could put in the chain (BBE, Tonebone PK). Or should I just start saving my pennies for a G-K amp or preamp?