Howdy Folks! We have an outdoor gig coming up and I'm trying to figure out if I should get a second Aguilar GS112 to handle the show. Now before you stop reading and automatically tell me to get the second cabinet, let me explain the circumstances. I don't want to get something I really don't need. On the other hand, if I NEED it I'll get it. Current Rig: Gallien-Krueger 700RB-II, one Aguilar GS112, Fender MIM P-Bass Our Music: Plays blues, motown, classic rock...stuff like Sam Cooke, B.B. King, Johnny Rivers, Van Morrison, CCR, Supremes, ZZ Top, etc. Our Band: One guitar player with a 100-watt Fender amp, played mostly clean, but not always. No PA Support for guitar. A medium-handed drummer, kick drum only going through PA. Me on the bass, no PA support. The goal is to keep me out of the PA, because the drummer has some kind of butt-thumping device hooked into his chair and my bass, and it sucks juice from the PA power amp. A singer through the PA. The Gig: Small outdoor gig for a local festival. We will be playing under a roof with no wall behind us or in front of us, pretty much at ground level. The roof is only over the stage, not the audience. This picture is not our band, but it IS the kiosk we will be playing in... The Audience: People will be milling around, we expect 50-100 people of all age groups, children to elderly, some perhaps sitting on blankets or lawn chairs. OK...now the last gig we played was indoors. The room was about 4000 square feet. About 100 people. We used the setup described above. My amp was turned up to about 9:00 (1/4 way). We were asked to turn down, and we did so, still filling the room quite well. We don't play particularly loud, we just want to have a nice BALANCED sound. I hope I've provided enough information...Will my current rig cut it, at the upcoming outdoor concert? Do I need the second GS112? And finally, if a second cab is necessary, what do you think about pairing an Ashdown MAG 210T with the GS112? Thanks!