Hey all. I'm currently playing through 2 Earcandy bassbombs with eminences in them through a Peavey Classic 400. Sometimes straight in to the FX return. I've been very happy, I thought, with the tone up til' now. Very thick in the low end. Just how I like my bass. Yesterday I received my new Fender P and I got curious how she'd sound through other amp and cab combinations. So I put the P through everything I had in my studio. I went straight into my VHT 2150 Power amp into my orange guitar cab which has EVM12ls and through my Mesa Cab with v30s in it. I even went through the PV into the Orange cab. What I noticed was a very detailed tone that has a clarity in the mids that the Earcandys just don't. Very woody and midrangy. If I could get the thickness of the earcandys and the detail of the Orange/EVM combo that'd be heaven. My question... is it the EVMs and the V30s that are the main contributors to the tone I'm getting when running through the guitar cabs? I'm assuming it is but say I put the EVMs in the earcandy cab, would I get that clarity in that earcandy cab? Now here's me being hopeful, would I be able to get the Mids and clarity from the EVMs AND keep the thick bass from the Earcandy. My thought is that maybe some of the lowend thickness is coming from the Bassbomb design. I'm no authority in this area so I'm just grasping at straws here. Thanks for the help guys, I hope this was somewhat clear. Jim.