Hi guys I hope this is the correct area. If not, I'm sorry! My melodic rock band has a show coming up, and the thing I've been noticing at jam is that it's very hard for me to cut through. I love deep booming bass, and that's exactly what this band needs. That huge umph to kind of echo the power of the drums. I play a Fender Aerodyne jazz, with the P/J combo. I know this setup is fairly good for being heard, so that must not be the problem. Amps - Ampeg SVP-Pro preamp into a Firebass. Not the ideal setup, but I need to be loud. All of this into an Eden 410. Right now I'm going through a Sans Amp, as we were recommended that we bring a DI for the bass for our next show. Now, the settings I have right now aren't doing anything. The E string is nice and low, A is right up there, then the lower D and G just completely disappear. When I bring the treble up too much, I get this really annoying clicky sound and all of a sudden my bass doesn't sound very.. bassy. So, let's say my Ampeg and my Sans Amp are clean slates now. What would be the best way to get a nice deep, agressive rock tone that's even across all strings? (Sounds too good to be true, I know) thanks so much guys.