I play in a church band that has a very anemic PA. For the most part, we use it only for vocals. The two electric guitarists and bassist (me) play through our own amps. Due to placement restrictions, it's very hard for us to get in front of or to the side of our amps. So, it's difficult for us to hear ourselves. I'm not having too much trouble as I am almost directly to the side of my cabinet, but the guitarists are not comfortable. One obvious solution to this problem is a monitor. Not having much sound experience (we have no real sound guy), I'm not sure what the best approach would be. I guess I need to end up with a monitor and a little mixer that takes several inputs (4 would be nice). If these two things were integrated into one box, that would be very convenient. In other words, a monitor with 4 inputs that allows levels to be set for all 4. Of course, it would have to be powered. If this is the right general direction, then the next question is how to get the signals to the monitor. I use a carvin bx1200 which has an effects look and a DI output so I assume one of these could be used. I need to check if the guitar amps have anything like this. If they don't, I'm wondering if I can just split signal that goes to the amp. One guitarist plugs directly in and the other uses a stompbox modeler (line6 M9). I'd appreciate suggestions. And, I apologize in advance if this has all been covered. I did some searching but didn't find anything that addressed my need.