Hi guys, I've been playing bass about 30 years, but it is surprising how little thought I have really put into my amps and speakers over the years. I have been playing over the last five years through a really nice Carvin 1,000 bi-amped head as well as the matching 1-18" for the lows and 4-10" cab for the highs and mids. Since I am usually standing within 3-10 feet from my rig for all rehearsals and shows I adjust and EQ my amp to sound great to me, where I'm standing and playing. I let the PA handle me up front, but my amp provides all my sound onstage. This is the problem, in front of my amp I'm rockin', I go to the middle of the stage and the high end is fading and the low end is really booming, I go to the guitar players side of the stage and my amp is a rumbling mess. So I turn down the bass and up the treble EQ/knobs on my amp and that helps, but it's not enough. So I really crank up the highs and then I can hear some clarity on the other side of the stage, but where I'm at, 95% of the time near my amp, there is so much high end that I can barely take it, but my guitarist is always complaining about my muddy sound on his side. Question: does that 18" just throw out too much low end, and does my 4-10 mid/high cab have a problem with "throw" where the sound just disipates too quickly? Would a high end 4-10 (or even 2-10) cab carry highs further? I'm just tired of a great close by sound and a blurry mess more than 10 feet away. Anthything I'm not thinking of? Thanks.