I love my P-bass tone, but I'm having a hard time making it work live. It sounds great alone and in the studio, but on stage it just seems to get lost. I'm playing old R&B/Soul/Funk tunes with a 13 piece band. I love the way the old P-basses sound on the origional recordings, but I can't get it on stage. It just gets too muddy. My Fender Jazz cuts through fine, and my Smith works too, but neither sounds like a P-bass. I've tried cutting some low bass and adding some mids on my amps EQ, but it sounded too funny. I just want to tighten up the bottom a bit; make it punch through more. I'm playing a '97 MIA Fender P, stock, with flats, GK1001, and Schroeder 1212. How do all you P-bass players do it? Can it be done with flats? Thanks for your input.