I play a gig where an old "rhino" covered Mesa Powerhouse 410 is provided as backline. I play this cab with my TH500 head running at 8 ohms. I'm used to running through DB112NTs, Markbass stuff (frequently the NY115), Hartke aluminum-coned 410s, and sometimes Ampeg 810s. With this Mesa I'm getting more of a 'grizzly', for the lack of a better term, sound in the upper mids. It's a lot more aggressive than the other cabs I mentioned (maybe w the exception of the Hartke which is aggressive in it's own way). I tried to remove some of this sound with the midsweep control on my TH500, but I couldn't really remove it. That sound seems baked in too much to be removed that simply. Does anyone hear that sort of sound in this cab that has a way to smooth it out a bit without completely ruining the midrange? I'm not looking for a scooped tone, just something less aggressive and more round. I've read some threads around here where guys seemed to really love this cab and didn't feel it was really aggressive, so maybe I'm just overly conditioned to that frequency response of the aforementioned cabs I've been playing.