OK, so I'm starting to get pretty tired of my Peavey TNT-115 combo that I've had since 1999. It's not bad...used it at a NYE gig in a small bar and the volume was fine. It's just that the tone is not very good. In a thread a while back I detailed how I was having issues with it distorting on certain low notes (doesn't matter which bass or input I use)...well, I spent about 90 bucks getting it "fixed" at the store I bought it from, and it still does the same thing. So I'm thinking it's time to move on to something bigger and better. I play in a three piece (well, two piece right now since we need a new drummer...) rock cover band...mainly classic rock with some punk and alternative thrown in. We mainly do small and medium sized gigs, no big arenas or anything We've done the occasional outdoor gig, but not like with huge crowds or anything. I really like the Ampeg sound. I have a small BA-110 I use for personal practice and really like the tone. I would like to move up to something more versatile than a combo amp...like a stack and head set up. I have zero experience playing through a set up like this, so I need some recommendations. My budget is probably about $1000 or a little more. I want something that can go deep without distorting or sounding "farty" and with good midrange. I was looking at the Ampege B2RE & BSE-410HLF set up and that seems like it could fit the bill for me, but opinions on this board regarding those pieces sounds mixed. Thoughts?