Band practice is anywhere from 35 minutes to an hour away depending on traffic and which band member hosts. Now that I have an electronic drum set that I can run into my bass amp, I decided to host a band practice in my basement and let everyone else drive for once. But I don't have a PA for vocals, although I do have mics (SM58 clones) and stands. So I was thinking about putting an amp on a countertop. I have a Mustang I, a Mustang III, a Nace Pro18, and a Monoprice 15W to chose from (well and a couple other toys too) Since guitars frequencies aren't voice, I'm hoping I might be able to set my Mustang III settings to something voice friendly, or even put my 11R in front of it if needed. Anyone ever tried those shennanigans? How should EQ things or even pre-process the signal? Only our female singer will attend this practice, the other guy is out that day and the reason we are not practicing at his house. My wife's answer to the suggestion I should get a PA system was... well... NO!