Forgive me if I'm posting this in the wrong forum, if I am please let me know and I will relocate it, thank you. So, I have two basses, my main gigging and band bass, an ATK 300 with maple fretboard and a Squier P with rosewood fretboard. I love both these basses but I find that I am only able to use the ATK in live settings because the Squier P has a really hard time cutting through the mix. Now both these basses are active, the ATK has the stock pup and pre, the P has active EMG-PAX's. Anyway, I have been thinking a lot about this and it seems no amount of EQ'ing will get my P's sound out in front of the mix. The ATK cuts all day without any issues. I have posted about this issue before asking if I just sucked at EQ'ing and I was suggested quite a few things to try, none of which worked. So I started thinking that the maple fretboard on the ATK was what was making all the difference and the rosewood on the P was making my P's sound much darker and less noticeable in the mix. Am I way off in thinking this or does someone here have a different take/suggestion on this? All and any help is very much appreciated. I LOVE the way my P plays and sounds and I want to use it in a live setting but the reasons named above are preventing me from doing so. Help please!!