I'm really wanting more treble out of my rig...like, "John Entwistle live" treble. I recently bought new strings, and it helped a TON, but I'm still not getting enough treble. I recently started bi-amping my sound through my amp for my lows, and my friends practice guitar amp that has a distortion channel. it's good, but I'm still not getting enough treble to really cut through, and it's driving me a bit loopy. I'm wondering if anyone knows if using a guitar amp to run my high's through would be ok, or would there be severe problems. I'm not quite sure what kind of guitar amp I'd like, too. I just know I need something really bright and crisp, but wouldn't sound like a brocolli fart when I turn the amp up to get a little bit of overdrive going as well. I'm really trying to get my bass to sound a good bit like a piano. just a huge, rich sound to cut right through, and I noticed every time I listen to a song with a piano, I can definately tell when he goes for a low note. so...anyone know anything about this area of playing the "bass guitar"? Joseph.