For those that were at the Bowlus get together... And Tom, of course... And others who may have tried all three at some point... I'm having trouble figuring out what to get next. Sometimes I really like JPJ's tone. Sometimes I really love Entwistle's tone. Sometime's I really like Tetsu's tone (L'arc~en~ciel -- think very very growly with absolutely no distortion, but thick like a blanket all the way to the 14th fret on the G-string). Can the NV610 provide this hi-fi clean and clear level of growl in the lower registers, and keep the tone thick up to the G-string 14th or 16th fret? If not, can the HT322 or the SA410? I suppose I would have to turn the tweeter off, which is fine. But if I do that will I lose the clarity in the lower notes? (What I would call the growl... Because growl without a clear cab = mud, IMHO). But clear doesn't mean clanky fret-buzzing highs, because I never hear that out of the 70's recordings (that could be expert technique, though...). Does this make sense? Should I try interpretive dance? Info - I have a Thunderfunk TFB420, and if I get the HT322 I know I may have to upgrade, which is fine too. Maybe to a DB750, who knows.