Hey Strat-talkers! So I just did a gig with my top 40s band on Friday night, brought along the following setup: 1. Warmoth/MJT Strat build (Lil' 59 neck humbucker, Pure Vintage '59 middle, LIl' 59 Bridge humbucker) 2. Pedalboard (as shown in image) 3. '65 DRRI with Eminence Texas Heat speaker, I plug into the "Normal" channel, which has been modified to share reverb and tremolo with the "Bright" channel. Bass at 5, Treble at 4, Volume at 4. So as you can see from the set-up, I was standing to the left of the main "stage" area, with the amp angled upwards towards my head / the rest of the band. So I've always thought the DRRI would be the perfect pedal platform, and in many regards, especially at home, it fulfills this role exceptionally well. However, during the gig, I felt like the amp sounded somewhat harsh, especially in the top end. Also the mid-range felt somewhat hollow, but not scooped since I set up the EQ pretty much flat. Here's my question: what's wrong with my set-up? This is a top 40s band, covering everything from funk to pop and classic rock. I get the multiple sounds from the pedal board, and I always try to set my sound up such that it does not come across as harsh, but somehow the top end of the DRRI can come across as unpleasant. In my mind, I am thinking maybe I could change the speaker. If you share a similar prognosis, could you guys recommend a speaker that could fit this application a lot better? Thanks!