Well I trucked out my schroeder 1212R and shuttle 6.0 down to rehearsal tonight. I think it sounded pretty dang good. But I'll let you decide. Here is a sound clip of my band Dick Cash. Keep in mind this is a *very* rough recording. I used a behringer mic and plugged it straight into the mic input of my laptop and used Audacity to record. This is just straight raw signal with no processing whatsoever. I had the mic on a mic stand elevated about 5 feet off the ground about 20 feet (not really sure about that) in front of the band. I was concentrating on my amp and the tone so my playing is not the greatest. So yeah its rough. I actually think I had the bass too loud in the mix at this point. http://www.fileden.com/files/2008/6/24/1973336/Laudy Miss Claudy.mp3 I also really messed up the ending. I was playing before the beat... noticeably so. I just put the song up for the tone, not the playing. The bass I am using is P bass with 1/4 pounder pickups and Labella 760FLs. The amp is setup: gain: noon gain vol.: maxed bass: 2:30 mids - 10:00 para mids - 10:00 treble: noon master volume: 11:00 I brought the mids and paramids to noon later and really didnt notice much of a difference. It was hard to hear in that room though. I find unless I'm playing solo, the treble frequency can sometimes (depending on the room) get eaten up by the guitarists trebly tone. This room had lots of carpet and it was about 30' by 30' as a rough guess. Hope this rough recording helps.