Let's call it what it is here. The urban gospel is a more r&b, hip hop, smooth jazz, funk sound. Even with some latin influences like a lot of them have now. It is not rock n roll or any form of it! The closest thing to rock I've heard in urban gospel is Tye Tribbett's song "So Amazing". Actually, killin song. I totally dig what you're saying. My old rig for this stuff was a GK 1001rb-II paired with a Bergantino HT-322. I still have the Bergantino, sold the GK and am going to invest in a good poweramp + preamp + compressor rig. Basses of choice were a Cirrus 5, Yamaha TRB6p, Lakland 55-02. Recently a 4 string jazz that I'm not loving, I need that B string and want to get another Cirrus 6 or Lakland MM/J bass. If I had the dough I'd go straight for a boutique make with soapbars.