So last saturday I used the venue backline, just to try something different from my rig (GK NEO 412 and GK 700RB II). It was a 415 Marshall cab, and a tube Marshall 100W head. I have no idea about the year or the model of either. It looked pretty cool, in red. At first I was a bit worried about it only being 100W, but it was fat and loud, however it did break up a lot at the volume we played at, and it was dirty as hell. The knobs on the amp had no markers on it, so I turned them all down to set them up. It had way too much bass for me, so I actually had the bass knob all the way rolled off. Still thunderous bass! I cranked the mid and treble all the way, and cranked the presence knob halfway through the gig all the way on. It's the total opposite of what my rig sounds like, while my rig is fast, tight, punchy and articulate, this was hefty, slower and massive on the low end. I even slapped on it for one song during riffs, and it worked pretty well, but when I tried slapping for some fills it pretty much got burried by my guitarist. So while it was muddy at times, it really filled things up, although I missed hearing the nuances and at times, actual notes that I played. Also, higher notes did not cut through nowhere near as well as my rig does. Here's the pic of the rig I managed to find on the bar's site: The bassist in the picture is not me, but it's the only picture I found where you can see the stack. So, any idea what this might be? Loved the fat tone, but missed some of the articulation. I might swap my GK 700RB II with a Markbass R500 that is described as "tube vintage sound" to get somewhere in between - fatter warmer sound but still clear.