Ok, here goes nothing. We used to have a nice 31 band EQ & a PM1.5 Carver with lots of power to run our vocal monitors. Plenty of power, plenty of discrete freq's to nail feedback, & having the rig pretty much dialed in before the gigs. It was nice. Since the eq and amp belonged to a former bandmember, we'll be piecing together some "not so convenient" gear for monitors. Including an old Sunn powered mixer with all 9 eq knobs broken off Tonite is going to be interesting with vox. Does anyone have experiences to share reagrding: 1) common feedback freaquencies with Shure mics and JBL wedges (I've found 2k and 4k to be good places to start) 2) Frequency bands that are commonly adjusted with vocals. Example - if the monitors sound "boxy" dump 200-400 hz a bit. Too bright---? (freq's) Too boomy---? (freq's) Anyway, it wouldn't be a big deal for me to dial in the system if the pathetic monitor eq wasn't such a pain to use, so any advice before around 4pm. (I'll be heading to the gig) would be severely appreciated.