I've been using a Carvin LS1503 PA cab as my main rig cab, and am starting to get annoyed with the midbass(120hz-250hz) hump I am hearing. In certain rooms it's pretty noticable, certain notes just jump out and the sound is a bit muddy at higher volume. I am only using an Aguilar Tone Hammer pedal (witch I love) and I found I can use the mid eq to find the offending bands and tone them down but, I feel the TH's Q for the mid freq isn't very narrow and takes some away that I want to keep + I love what the mid control does for the detail of the notes when slightly boosted @ 800-1000hz. I was looking at getting something simple, small, and not expensive to deal with this midbass hump when I stumbled onto this Artec SE-PEQ Does anyone have this? All my other gear is "pro" gear is this thing janky at all? looks decent, and says it does what I want. It's small and very adjustable with all the parameters you can adjust. Any opinions? It's cheap enough to try out, and if I don't like it, it's not enough $ to cry over. Thanx in advance.