For background, I take a small 15 watt head to band rehearsals since all of the rehearsal spaces we use have 4x12 Marshall cabs in them. The cabs are usually positioned against the walls on the sides of the room, and I just left them there at first. But then the other guitarist in the band recommended that I turn it to face me more since it seemed to be too loud for him. Since then, I've angle the cab so it's sort of at a 45˚ angle between facing me and facing the band/other side of the room. But at the last two rehearsals, the other guitarist complained that I was still too loud. So I turned down a bit, but then I couldn't hear anything I was playing. And for what it's worth, at the last jam, the bass player and drummer (who are kind of beside/behind) my amp/cab said they couldn't hear me very well even before I turned down. And to be clear, I don't try to play super loud to begin with. I try to set my volume so that I'm actually a bit lower than the other guitarist since it's his band and I'm the new guy. The only thing I can think is that the way the rooms are laid out, even with the cab angled toward me, it's still sort of facing the other guitarist since he's just across the room from me (and it's a small room). So that could be why it sounds louder to him than everyone else. I also wonder if I'm standing too close to it since it's on the floor and I can't angle it up, so that could be why it sounds quieter to me. But none of that helps a whole lot. What I need it to figure out how to set up a 4x12 cab in a small jam space so that everyone can hear it evenly, or at the very least so that I can hear it without it being too loud for anyone else. Tips?