Dear all, I'm in search of a good rig that will do well for jazz - I play electric only (swing, bebop, etc..., but also fusion). I'd like it to be as small as possible, preferably a 1x10 or 1x12 cabinet and a light-weight head like the LM-family or the Shuttle-family. Now, as for the multitasking: from time to time, I have to accompany singers while I play the piano for weddings, background-jazz/easy listening stuff. From time to time, it happens that both the pianosounds and the vocals are going through my rig, serving as a monitor or even as a stand-alone PA system. I once used an Eden 210XST to do the two things above, and while it did a good job, I still thought of it as too heavy and also a tad too loud. (I do have a 4x10 setup (Eden Navigator preamp, QSC 2402 power amp, Eden 410XLT cab), but besides its weight, it's actually too big for most of the jazz stuff I do and it's overkill to use in a church or reception-type gigs.) So, basically, I'm looking for a small, light setup that will handle an electric bass in a jazz context, but is also capable of being (ab)used as a monitoring / small PA system for piano and vocals... I'm thinking of a Shuttle 6.0 with an Epifani UL112, and while I'm quite convinced it will do the jazz (bass) thingy very good, I'd like to know if someone has tried to use it for piano and vocals... I'm not partial to this setup, so I'm glad to hear different opinions and/or recommendations as well! EDIT: I'll be using a Sadowsky NYC jazz in passive mode, maybe that's handy to know... Thanks in advance!