For the harp players out there, how do you get more volume without getting the sudden, harsh feedback? Especially in enclosed spaces like a rehearsal room or small stage? I play in a 6-piece band, one of which is a harp player. Weve been having problems getting him over the band to be heard during solos. Hes playing through Green Bullet Mic into an Egnater Rebel 30 1x12 combo thats on a stand. We try to come down in volume as a band during his solos but we sound pretty anemic when we do. His volume seems to be very inconsistent during rehearsals and gigs. Heres what Ive tried: Putting the amp on a stand, which has helped a little. Running his amp on the full 30 watt setting to get more volume. He had it on 10-15 watts to get more power tube distortion. The immediate comment from him was that he was too loud when the rest of us didn't think so. The next rehearsal, he made a comment that he wasn't loud enough, yet they were on the same 30 watt setting. Using a line out to a bigger 2x12 cab, which didnt produce very much results. Swapping pre-amp tubes to lower-gain ones, given the bullet mic has a gain stage in it and was creating howling feedback when turned up. This sacrificed volume however. Micing the amp. This has produced the best results, but again has been maddeningly inconsistent from a volume standpoint even when the channel on the PA and amp are kept on the same settings at each rehearsal. All joking aside regarding harp players, has anyone had this problem and found a way to address it? Ive found plenty on harp players being too loud but not the other way around. I appreciate all and any help. Thanks.