Hey, folks. I posted a similar thread before regarding small 5w amp mic'd from offstage, posing the question; "Can you tell the difference between mic'ing a 5w small speaker amp versus say a 30 or 50 watt larger speaker amp when close mic'ing? i.e. volume not an issue - more important how it sounds out of the PA/Front of House. http://www.thegearpage.net/board/showthread.php?t=882558 I still use a large amp when needed. (50w 1x12 Ampeg Reverberocket) Since that time I have tried a couple amps and ended up with a Vox Pathfinder. Not too happy with the way it broke up so I just threw a 8" Weber Blue Pup in it and it does sound better to me now. I can get it to sound just as tube-like/beefy as the Ampeg through the front of house. Here is the issue: The tone I am getting is warm rich kind of clean, very full. We have a new guy at church who is a trained sound engineer that has been working with our sound folks to get everything dialed in nicely. What they are finding is that my amp tone, and the way I play, tends to get lost in the mix when my tone starts to compete/overlap with the bass player and keyboardist. (Ambient pad/swell/thingys) I have been/still am very happy with the Pathfinder, but am wondering if the AC4TV 10" might work better for me due to the shift in the frequency range away from those in the Pathfinder Here is the question: Does the ac4 cut through the mix better? Any opinions are greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance!