I went to the Iron Maiden show here in Montreal last week, and I have to say it was one of the best concerts I ever went to. They truly are one of the greatest rock bands ever! However, there was one flaw: the BASS. We all know what Steve Harris can do, but he was almost transparent all night. I was seated right in front of the sound mixers console (in the middle of the pit), where the sound is supposed to be the best. The bass frequency was so low that it was practically on mute. You could only hear him when he soloed (i.e. break during Iron Maiden) and when he really went up on fret board (i.e. bridge Run To The Hills). His tone was the complete opposite of say a good album like The Number Of The Beast, or a song like Aces High. Can anyone actually back me up? I have started another thread a while back about the production of their Rock In Rio DVD. The bass was also mixed very low, despite Harris being one of the producers. So, I dont know what the heck is going on. And, its not like the PA guys werent doing their job. The opening bands Motorhead and Dio had ample amount of bass. It was cutting through perfectly. In Lemmys case, it was more distortion than bass, but he was almost as loud, or even louder than the guitarist. Thanks for your time, anyway.