Well, I'm selling my Fender Rumble 60 - It's too big to take around to a mate's house, and too small to play gigs with. Also, it's not really punchy enough: Too thumpy. Here's the plan: With the money I make from it, buy a Hartke A35 combo for taking around the house and taking to a mate's or whatever... then for my birthday in November get a used Hartke 410 aluminium cone cab, and a GK backline 600 new. I'm only just starting to gig now, I play in a metal (I know!) band and a ska band (RBF or LTJ style, nice 'n punchy). I have a Traben Phoenix 4, Westfield SB427 (Which I modded the hell out of, defretted, stripped the neck, replaced bridge etc) and I'm half way through building a custom growling demon of a bass (Wenge neck/fretboard, walnut body, 5 string, passive, 35" scale length). Does this sound like a good idea? I'm not in the position to try out any piece of musical equipment beyond practice amps and the odd Squier bass or two, because I live in a tiny city (Only just a city) with almost no music shops. The gigs I'm gonna be playing will probably be to crowds of about 200-300 with a 2kw PA and 2 150w guitar amps. My biggest influence for metal is David Ellefson from Megadeth, and my biggest influence for ska is Matt Wong. Any help or information would be much appreciated! I'd hate to buy equipment that I'd just have to sell again.