I had a gig Saturday night at which both of my bands played. The venue was a largish coffee house with a nice-sized elevated stage. First was my acoustic trio playing pop rock and easy listening. I usually run direct through the board into the PA with this group, but we ended up using the house JBL EON15s, and I couldn't stand the sound of my bass (Fodera Emperor) through them. So I decided to use my GK MB800 and AE210, which I brought to use later in my classic rock band. Great decision. It sounded just as good as it does at rehearsals only at louder volume. It filled the room just fine. After the second band, my classic rock band came up to do our thing. I had to bring the volume up, and the tone was still fantastic with no issues (except for a minute when the lead guitarist put his guitar case covering the rear port). I was initially concerned that the little 210 wouldn't be able to keep up with two guitars and drums, but our sound man that night is a bass player who said there was plenty of bottom in the sound. Now I'm pretty confident I could even do small outdoor gigs with that rig. This weekend, the classic rock band is playing at the finish line of the American Diabetes Association's Tour de Cure bicycle race. My AE410 is going to that one. There's supposed to be a kilo-crowd there, and I'll probably go through the PA as well. Anyway, I think that little 210 is now my favorite cab. I've always loved the tone, but had concerns about volume. Now I have a really good idea what it'll do.