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Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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Régis's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Markbass LMK
Transistor amplifier
Power 800w
+ Speakon jack for speakers, two front jack for instruments

2 slices mixable with separate settings. one with VLE and VPF and the other w ith FFT only. these two effects houses, can play on the equalization curve.

2 slices of interest is to play two, but mainly to prepare two different settings and switch from one to the other or the two, without taking the head.


The conf is simple, but there are already many "buttons" ...

sound by putting all the neutral is excellent. qaudn playing with the VLE and VPF or when it becomes sympatoche

manual manual .... what? ;-)


It is suitable for all styles of music almost

I played with a fender Jazzbass active.

I prefer the round, warm sound, but also clear, or fat.


I use it for 4 months
Not too small and it is easy to carry
it still lacks the brand awareness and also, but it will necessarily come!

the value is good

with experience, I would do the same choice, and if the modèel below if I can not afford

nao.c's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Markbass LMK
Markbass View site:

No frills. As functional!


One branch. Is lit. All rglages neutral.
Base, a slap!
The action of the VLE and VPF is intuitive trs. The corrections are effective.

The most rel: light weight! (Same for the speaker ... 2x10)


Branch of a Markbass 212 on a 4x10 Trace Elliot, Hartke XL of 410.
In all cases, aa sonn of hell. Ms. trs a low volume.
Typ sound slap to his purring fingers, any spell as long as the bass and the fingers follow! ;)
The only default: get the saturated without being deaf! (The reason for the note 9)


OCCAZ purchased.
APRs have owns and / or on jou: Peavey (TNT in TMax), Hartke, Behringer, EBS, Trace Elliot, Ampeg (combo), SWR (combo) ... if c'tait again, um ... Well, no hsitation!