Hi all, I'm having kind of a dilemma. I play bass and sing in an electronic influenced band, lots of keyboards on stage, drum machine etc. but with a rock band philosophy (no laptops, everything is played live). We've been recently offered gigs outside of town and since we are limited on transportation, we need to figure out what piece of equipment to cut back from our setup. Because we have electronic drums and bass synths, we carry out a pair of subs (Yorkville LS200p) they fit nicely under the keyboard amps (or provided monitors) and give us the needed punch for the bassdrum and also support the low end for when I'm on bass synth duties. Since I play electric bass also in more than half the songs, I also carry out a GK 400RB with a 4x10 for that. I wish it had a little bit more of SVT character to it. Then i thought about the VT Bass pedal, since we already have mains and subs on stage, maybe I don't need a bass amp at all. Maybe the VT Pedal could provide the bass guitar voiced preamp to our sound system. Then I remembered, back when I used to play guitar a lot in many bands, how I hated guitar modelling, although it's been a long time. now the question : Does anyone have live experience with using the VT Bass pedal instead of an amp ? more specifically with subs and not just a 12" monitor ? Is it a convincing, serious option ? or is it just something you'd use if you don't have a choice ? Thanks ! Francis.