Hey friends, I have been gigging with a classic rock and r&b cover band, using my new GK Backline 600 head through one blx210 cabinet. Several times lately, we have played venues where the stage was too narrow for our line up, and I am buried in the back corner. When that happens, I can't seem to get my cabinet's bass wave out of the abyss -- especially when it comes to any poppin and slappin technique -- it soudns dull and lifeless. It doesn't see to matter how much I scoop the mids. I have heard various things about propping the front up, getting the cab off the floor and onto chairs, or, conversely "using the floor" to help conduct the wave. Nothing seems to work to get my bass to bust out where it belongs. Any suggestions? Thanks!