I was lucky enough to find a like new RevSound 2x10 cab (no tweeter) on my local Craigslist at a great price. Although it's a very impressive, high quality piece of gear, I've been having trouble dialing in a sound that works for me and I was hoping to gain some insight. The cab is an upgrade for me from a Markbass NY121 (1x12 cab). It's immediately apparent that the RevSound is capable of a much greater, wall shaking low end that the Markbass doesn't possess, as well as more volume overall. It's really nice to be able to move more air and really feel the bass with the Rev. The Rev truly sounds great on its own. However, after gigging the Rev a few times, I can't get it to cut through the mix, despite having more than enough volume on tap. It feels like my all my mids have been cut! Do others consider this to be a mid scooped cabinet? Or is that the nature of 2x10's generally? The first couple of gigs I used a Shaw Tube Injection pre with a power amp, which has been my go-to. The Shaw doesn't have a mids control, so that was a problem. With other cabs, I'm satisfied with just a little bass boost, a little treble cut, and mids sound great on the Shaw. Last night I tried it with an Ampeg PF-50t. I had the mids dimed, treble and bass both slightly cut, in order to dial in enough mids. I still never quite got a sound that could sit well. Basses are mostly Fender style with Flatwounds. Last night I started with a P, then switched to a J, which cut through better. I go for an old school thumpy, woody tone. Music is usually blues, R&B, jazz, etc. Any insight is greatly appreciated. Thanks!