I normally play jazz and fusion, and the tone I get is just OK to most players. Well, it's come to a head now that I'm playing in an 80's pop band. They want it to be warm and deep, and they say my bass is too trebly. In performance, they want to be able to "feel the bass in your chest". In one group I performed with, they rented a subwoofer for the PA, and it had that effect. So, I have a couple questions: 1. Why doesn't my SWR Goalith Junior 2X10 and my Peavey Pro Bass 500 amp kick out that really warm and deep bass sound? The SWR Goliath Junior 2X10 is designed to handle frequencies at the low end -- lower than our PA speakers, so why isn't it as good as a subwoofer? 2. Assuming a subwoofer is the answer, can I just plug my guitar into my Peavey Pro Bass 500, and then run the speaker cable from the amp to a subwoofer when we rehearse without a PA? Would this achieve the effect I'm looking for? 3. What would be the impact of chaining my SWR Goliath Junior III with a PA subwoofer? The Goliath Junior is 4 ohms and the Amp is 350W into 8 ohms. Subwoofer -- unknown, haven't bought one yet. Thanks....this quest for one is a long one!!! Been playing for over 20 years and still not happy. I play an Ibanez Soundgear and an SX Jass Bass knock off, as well as a Cort Curbow for most gigs.