I play at my church primarily, and we are in a large, converted warehouse. Concrete floors, the ceiling is several stories up from the floor. Bottom line, it's big, boomy, and the sound quality is uneven throughout the warehouse. I've played customs, jazz knockoffs, and Rickenbackers. A sound guy once told me the Ric sounded better in the house than the others, but I'm not sure how much stock to put into that since, like all church peeps, he was a volunteer. Any thoughts on EQ'ing my rig or even switching to something with less low end and more "cut-through-the-mix" bite? I currently play a 6 string Ibanez J style. Wondering if maybe I should look into something more traditional like a P-bass since sound engineers seem to have an easier time mixing those. Any thoughts? FYI the monitor is a 4x10 combo aimed at me, but DI split so sound guy can put bass in the house.