Okay guys and gals, I'm in need of your infinite wisdom. I play for a pretty large church with a seating capacity of around 3,000-3,500. We have 3 back to back services on Sundays, one Wednesday night and a Saturday night as well. We have a full band split into two band pits flanking the main stage/pulpit. On stage left we have the horn section, percussions, organ, 2nd key and acoustic guitar. Stage right is where I live along with the 1st keys, drummer and two electric guitar players. Here's the deal, I'm using an Ampeg SVT4pro and 410HLF cab point directly at me. Right next to me on my right is the drummer with full kit, just right of him is one of the guitar players with his Fender combo pointed towards me. On my far left is the keyboardist (using a wedge monitor) and to my direct left is the guitarist palyer who also has his Fender 212 combo amp aimed at him(us) with full pedalboard. The FOH handles things pretty well as far as house sound goes but the battle to be heard over the guitar player right next to me is becoming stressful as I tend to have to keep turning up my volume to hear myself over his higher frequencies. We play a lot of high energy guitar driven Praise and Worship songs, i.e. Hillsong, Planetshakers, Chris Tomlin, etc and our guitarist are quite good. My Lakland 01 is more than capable for the task but I have to use earplugs just to keep sane fighting to be heard and felt. Unfortunately the pit is small and space is very limited so moving things around is not an option. We're pushing for the church to invest in a full Aviom package but unitl that happens what would you guys recommend dealing with the massive amount of frequencies aimed at me?