Hi All, On Saturday I'm playing my first gig with my AA12. I've been slowly messing with it the past couple of weeks and I think I've got 3 patches I like right now. I plan to keep it simple until I get used to how it works. I made the commitment to roll with this after last Sunday I played a festival and my Fender Vibrolux went into some frenzied feedback mode and drove me crazy for the whole hour we played because it sounded NOTHING like it normally did (another time for that though). I'm looking for advice, tips, tricks, ideas anything you can spare for using the AA12 live. I'm going to have a VERY simplified setup (not sure if I'm going to put any pedals in front right now) but basically, I'm planning to run the MAIN L out to an Alto TS312 speaker to sit in front of me dedicated to guitar. A second monitor for vocal monitoring. Using the AUX out to the mixer and panning L/R for the stereo effect. I've got an excellent PA (QSC K12's with matching K-SUBS). The other guitarist is using a Mesa Boogie DC-5 (usually set to like .01 master volume - it is awesome when it gets up there) and we mic him normally. I control the sound (no sound guy). I use an XAIR-18 mixer with my iPad so luckily I can walk around the venue. I'm a little worried about playing without my backline amp. I don't have time to pickup a Duncan PowerStage 170 and just use my speakers on my Vibrolux so the Alto is all that I have. Anything you can think of that might be helpful is welcome. I just want to sound good! HELP!!!