For a little background: I'm primarily a bass player. Like many bass players I also play some guitar. I went from playing acoustic to electric (I now have a FrankenTele) and have spent the past 5 years running my guitars thru a Digitech RP355 pedal. These days I use it just for the effects - chorus, 808 & delay. My amp is a Vox SS Vox Pathfinder 10. With headphones it's rockin' set-up for my needs. Lately, I've been leaning towards upgrading and have gone 'round & 'round as to which rig would serve my purposes. Since there are enough bass players at the monthly jam I'm planning on showing up next month wth my guitar rig. Of course, the Vox won't cut it and I'm not really looking forward to making a role change and, at the same time, having to learn to make things work with the house 4x12 Marshall stack. I started off focusing on the Mustang for size, power, price & my familiarity with setting up a digital system. Thing of it is I'm really happy (for the moment) with my pedal set-up and I'm not sure about starting over at this point in time. That lead me to re-thinking things and I went completely the other direction and have been seriously considering the Quilter Mini 101 with a 1x12 cabinet. Just as I'm about to pull the trigger I find some YT videos demoing the Roland Blues Cube with the 1x12 cabinet. Obviously, I've become rather conflicted. The Mustang rules on price. The Blues Cube appeals with it's four seperate amp selector. The Quilter is tops for reknowned sound and reputation (QSC,etc.). Sometimes having so many choices feels as much like a curse as a blessing. Anyone wanna chime in with your 2 cents? Now would be the time... Thanks.