Hey guys! After watching the Billy Sheehan Advanced Bass DVD, I somehow got the obsession to start working on a two amp rig that would enable me to run two different sounds at the same time (clean low, distorted & clanky high) through two different amps. The current set-up I am using is an Ampeg SVT-II through an Ampeg 8x10PRO cabinet. Now the problem is that I would not want to give up either of these two pieces of gear since they are quite rare in Finland and I love the sound of both, but then again I wouldn´t want to purchase a new similar rig cos that would just again cost me a fortune and being a poor student, I think I need to come up something more cost effective. Let alone dragging a 2 x 8x10 set-up to club gigs would be just crazy overkill as my band mates are already nearly killing me for my 8x10 already Now the ideal situation that I had in mind would be that I would have two amps running the 8x10 divided as 2 x 4x10´s but that seems to be a lil problematic since the 810PRO doesn´t offer the stereo mode as the newer 8x10´s and even if I would rewire it so that there would be two different inputs, with the 32 ohm speakers I would get two 8 ohm 4x10 "cabinets" and the maximum ohm load for the SVT´s is four. Apparently there is no way that I would be able to wire this cab so that I would have two 4 ohm 4x10" combinations without changing the speakers or that there is no way to get the SVT´s to work with a 8 ohm load? So basically I was wondering do I have any chances on earth of just adding another (SVT) head to my system and doing some mods on then stuff or would I really be looking into going for other cab(s) for this? Any recommendations or solutions to my dilemmas here? Or maybe I am just an idiot even to consider this stuff who should simply plug my Thunderbird directly into the SVT rig and enjoy the sound as it is?