I put together a second rig to practice with a second band, and it looks like its going to work out and Ill be playing in 2 bands. The problem is Im having trouble hearing myself at low to medium volume practice sessions. Although the band has 2 guitarists, theyre not particularly loud, and the music is mainly 60s & 70s classic rock (Beatles, Stones, Creedence, etc.) If I walk out about 20-30 feet from my rig, I hear it just fine, but from 15 feet on I have to really crank it to hear myself clearly which I dont want to do. Ive tried tweaking the knobs on the Eden to get better cut with little results. My rig is: Nordstrand SC5>X-wire>Bassbone>Fodera 2000>Boss TU2>Sansamp BDDI>Visual Volume>Furman Power Conditioner>Eden WT 300>Hartke Transporter 115>Avatar B115. The band is tuned to 430. My Eden worked well with an SWR Goliath III 410 & Eden 115 XLT (now pushed by a Mesa Boogie 400+ ) My question is, to get more punch from my second rig, should I go with an Avatar 210, 212, or 410? I do like the Avatar B115, so I would like another Avatar to have a matching set. I dont need extreme volume, just the ability to hear myself better; I will be playing through a nice P.A.