A couple weeks ago at one of my band practices (6-piece funk/pop group) the guitarist told me to turn up the lows and get a deeper sound. So I turned the bass up and some low mids. After a song he told me it wasn't enough. After a couple times messing with eq, I noticed my bass was all the way up. I thought I sounded really deep and low but my guitarist still said nothing changed. So I walked 8 feet to where he was standing in front my my rig and played. It sounded pretty bad! No lows. Only high mids and highs! I didn't get it! So I did some research and saw what people were saying about mixing cab sizes. My rig is a bergantino hd112 on top of a markbass ny115. I got the bergantino first because I love it's sound. I got the markbass to add some lows. But it didn't work I guess. When I use just the berg it sounds great! Just can't go too loud with it. But what I was wondering... Would getting a light weight 410 solve my problem? Just use the bergantino 112 for smaller gigs (like my jazz gigs) and then the 410 for bigger stuff? (stages, outdoors, etc). Or would adding another berg 112 to my 112 work better than a 410? I don't really like the markbass 115 honestly. Not my sound. My head is a gk 700rbii, but plan on getting a lightweight head like a genz Benz or rc electronic rh450 or something along those lines, but till after getting a final cab. And the lighter the cab the better for me. Had an Ampeg isovent that was over 100 pounds. Not going there again hahah. I know the swr golight is really light. Just need opinions at this point as I'm not going to be making a move on this for some time after my latest purchase being a Benavente SCD 6 string hahaha.