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Bass Guitar Amp Head from Markbass belonging to the Little Mark series.

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  • Anonymous

    Markbass Little Mark IIPublié le 06/25/09 à 11:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Is the configuration simple?

    Yes!
    Gets it easy to sound good?

    Yeeeees!
    Is the manual clear and sufficient? ...dropoff Window

    no need!



    SONORITS

    Is it your style of music?

    It should all styles of music; bluff by the versatility!
    With what (s) guitar (s) / low (s) or effect (s) do you play?

    Fender precision; my grain is preserved!

    What kind of sound you get and with what rglages ("crystalline", "bold", ....)?

    anything is possible with!
    I was afraid of losing the grain of my bass and my speakers, ba not. I rconcili with markbass.
    Superb sound presence.

    What sonorits you prfrez, you dtestez?

    everything is good to take


    NOTICE GLOBAL

    How long......
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    Is the configuration simple?

    Yes!
    Gets it easy to sound good?

    Yeeeees!
    Is the manual clear and sufficient? ...dropoff Window

    no need!



    SONORITS

    Is it your style of music?

    It should all styles of music; bluff by the versatility!
    With what (s) guitar (s) / low (s) or effect (s) do you play?

    Fender precision; my grain is preserved!

    What kind of sound you get and with what rglages ("crystalline", "bold", ....)?

    anything is possible with!
    I was afraid of losing the grain of my bass and my speakers, ba not. I rconcili with markbass.
    Superb sound presence.

    What sonorits you prfrez, you dtestez?

    everything is good to take


    NOTICE GLOBAL

    How long have you use it?

    1 week
    What is the particular feature you like best and least?

    small, lightweight, dconcertante power, sound qulait
    Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

    yes and yes and yes and yes .....
    How do you report qualitprix?

    super honest, I la'a Gd 400 secondhand, it is found 609 new; them is hands down!
    With experience, you do again this choice? ...dropoff Window

    Now yes! if one day I sold the louse changes; ventuellemnt against an eden electronics and again I am the combl.
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  • Simple and decent

    Markbass Little Mark IIPublié le 02/20/14 à 06:03
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    The Markbass LM II is a transistor.Classe D amp. Lightweight. This lug around a backpack without problem ..
    300 watts into 8 ohms and 500 watts into 4 ohms (in theory ..)
    DI output Tuner.Deux HP outputs (combo: jack or speakon).
    Settings: Gain, Master, serious, low mids, high mids, treble, VLF, STEL

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use. We can do without the manual.
    The frequency settings are effective. I do not like the VLE and VPF filters. I've never utilisés.Ils sound too artificial and detrimental to sound quality, in my opinion ... This is subjective.
    For me, this is an amp considered neutral, it is not wrong, but still produces a "flattering" sound ... It is far from......
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    The Markbass LM II is a transistor.Classe D amp. Lightweight. This lug around a backpack without problem ..
    300 watts into 8 ohms and 500 watts into 4 ohms (in theory ..)
    DI output Tuner.Deux HP outputs (combo: jack or speakon).
    Settings: Gain, Master, serious, low mids, high mids, treble, VLF, STEL

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use. We can do without the manual.
    The frequency settings are effective. I do not like the VLE and VPF filters. I've never utilisés.Ils sound too artificial and detrimental to sound quality, in my opinion ... This is subjective.
    For me, this is an amp considered neutral, it is not wrong, but still produces a "flattering" sound ... It is far from transparent antique SWR or EBS for example.

    SOUNDS

    He can walk in many musical styles. I played metal by using it. Mostly I play with all the knobs at noon, unless serious I tend to decrease the amp and turning the VLE and VPF filters.
    Connected to a 4x10 cab Trace Elliot (old model so 320 watts / 8 ohms) with a Fender JB V passive Us, you can have a satisfying sound, almost natural, well balanced and full ... but it is not accuracy and clarity of other more expensive brands ... I think we should turn serious but it depends on your instrument and speaker used ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    Used for 2 years.
    The volume is not insane .. Watts announced are overrated in my opinion .. I tested EBS Reidmar which real 250 watts into 8 ohms and 300 watts buries the Markbass.De Similarly, the Orange Terror Bass 500 is significantly more powerful than the LM II

    Overall, a good amp, well above an Ampeg SVT III pro I've tried ... The quality / price ratio used LM II is interesting .. and I do not see the point to acquire LM III .. However, in the same price range and stay in class D, or the EBS Reidmar Aguilar TH 350 seem higher.
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  • Markbass Little Mark II Head

    Markbass Little Mark IIPublié le 06/01/10 à 15:00
    It's a medium power, very compact head, and since I play small venues most of the time, I often use a small MarkBass 2x6 combo. I play in a duo and in a string band, and neither context includes a drummer nor a jerkoff geetard, so I seldom need big power. WhenI do, it's not my bandmates but the room/venue/audience that is the problem.

    Once again, an item from a clearance at the local GC. Hard to figger the actual cost what with the trade-in, the coupons, etc. It was somewhere around $500. I had played it in the store a few times. Mainly, I thought of it as a more powerful version of my small MB combo. This head also provides EQ, which the 2x6 combo does not [the 2x6 gets by on just the......
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    It's a medium power, very compact head, and since I play small venues most of the time, I often use a small MarkBass 2x6 combo. I play in a duo and in a string band, and neither context includes a drummer nor a jerkoff geetard, so I seldom need big power. WhenI do, it's not my bandmates but the room/venue/audience that is the problem.

    Once again, an item from a clearance at the local GC. Hard to figger the actual cost what with the trade-in, the coupons, etc. It was somewhere around $500. I had played it in the store a few times. Mainly, I thought of it as a more powerful version of my small MB combo. This head also provides EQ, which the 2x6 combo does not [the 2x6 gets by on just the two mb tone filters.]

    The best thing about it is the pair of MB tone filters, the VPF and especially the VLE [vintage loudspeaker emulation]. Along with very reasonable size and weight, these filters are the main deal about MarkBass products.

    I also like the 4-band EQ. It has well-chosen frequencies for most of what I play.

    It has a fan that runs all the time. It's not a tube amp, nor a trnansformerless amp, so I don't know why it hasta be that way.

    There's only one speaker-out jack.

    The FX loop is pre-EQ ... WTF ??

    Seems well built for this type of amp. It has those black plastic 1/4' jacks which can be trouble, but most amps these days have those, so that's not a particularly MarkBass-specific complaint.

    It's all about the VPF and VLE filters.

    I can't rate this a '5', not with the silly FX loop, and only one speaker jack. The fan I could forgive, as thaz getting to be pretty common on lotsa gear now.

    It's good points, while they don't make a huge long list, are very strong ... which makes this a '4' rather than a '3' rating.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • Super amp head!

    Markbass Little Mark IIPublié le 03/05/12 à 03:58
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    Transistor amplifier, 500W @ 4ohm, 300W @ 8ohms.
    Front:
    Input (Jack or XLR)
    Gain
    Bass
    Low Mid
    Mid High
    Treble
    VLE
    VPF
    Master
    No effect.
    Behind, average:
    DI (pre-post, XLR)
    Tuner
    Jack and Speakon output
    Ground Lift
    Effects loop
    No headphone jack (dommage. ..)

    UTILIZATION

    The config could not be simpler. No need for manual ...
    The sound is excellent, I played with everything from scratch, using mostly the preamp three bands of my basses.
    By moving the settings, you can easily refine, and this can be radical if we push the equalizer.

    SOUNDS

    It suits my style (jazz-funk, bop, etc ...).
    I find it very transparent, I play a warwick with......
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    Transistor amplifier, 500W @ 4ohm, 300W @ 8ohms.
    Front:
    Input (Jack or XLR)
    Gain
    Bass
    Low Mid
    Mid High
    Treble
    VLE
    VPF
    Master
    No effect.
    Behind, average:
    DI (pre-post, XLR)
    Tuner
    Jack and Speakon output
    Ground Lift
    Effects loop
    No headphone jack (dommage. ..)

    UTILIZATION

    The config could not be simpler. No need for manual ...
    The sound is excellent, I played with everything from scratch, using mostly the preamp three bands of my basses.
    By moving the settings, you can easily refine, and this can be radical if we push the equalizer.

    SOUNDS

    It suits my style (jazz-funk, bop, etc ...).
    I find it very transparent, I play a warwick with Markbass NY Cab P 121 and the record is fabulous!
    Bandwidth is enormous, the config Octaver the cash without flinching, knowing that with my streamer stage II, there's 24 db bass ...
    Such, the bass is accurate, singing, flawless, we can sculpt the sound as you want (I did not on my equalizer against ^ ^).
    Beyond my style of music, I had paid (head + cabinet) to a friend for a rock concert ... She was thrilled! So I think we can say that it is versatile, it does what it says to do!

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been a year since I use it, I'm a big fan of Markbass amplification.
    I like:
    _the light
    _the power
    _the transparency
    _The Manufacturing quality
    _the robustness

    I am disappointed:
    _l'absence Headphone

    It is found for cheap in Cygnus, and well worth it! In all cases, the value for money is very good, even in nine (a bit expensive but the quality is there!)
    I do it again this choice? YES, definitely!
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  • Markbass Little Mark IIPublié le 02/26/06 à 07:58
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    Preamp Transistor 300 W into 8 ohms, 500 W 4 ohms!
    On or may well get that power such a small thing lol?

    2 speakers output, line etc ... in short everything you need!

    Rglages basics, but effective: low / mid low / mid high / high / VLE (vintage sound) / FFT (boost the bass and treble while cutting mids!).
    Although sr Master and Gain (for the potato!)

    UTILIZATION

    Whaaaa ... one connects and rings!

    This gives a good sound condition to have a good instrument, the head restores enough Fidler grain of each low, without the color ..

    The manual is not essential, but useful if one wants to connatre the technical aspects of the head

    SOUNDS

    I play jazz, rock, funk, pop etc.......
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    Preamp Transistor 300 W into 8 ohms, 500 W 4 ohms!
    On or may well get that power such a small thing lol?

    2 speakers output, line etc ... in short everything you need!

    Rglages basics, but effective: low / mid low / mid high / high / VLE (vintage sound) / FFT (boost the bass and treble while cutting mids!).
    Although sr Master and Gain (for the potato!)

    UTILIZATION

    Whaaaa ... one connects and rings!

    This gives a good sound condition to have a good instrument, the head restores enough Fidler grain of each low, without the color ..

    The manual is not essential, but useful if one wants to connatre the technical aspects of the head

    SOUNDS

    I play jazz, rock, funk, pop etc. ... This head is superb and lug around everywhere!
    I use a jazz bass with us and Leduc: a trs trs sounds good.
    This head is quite useful to have a "sound" and crystalline fat at the same time (FFT), which is a good point.

    OVERALL OPINION

    APRs have resold THE FIRST Little Mark, I finally fell for the second Mark Little (more lgre, more powerful FFT)!
    That said, his attention because it lgret MRIT weak ..
    Apart from a, the product remains the most accessible of the range and versatile trs ..
    a test!
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  • Markbass Little Mark IIPublié le 07/22/06 à 05:19
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    http://www.markbass.it/

    UTILIZATION

    The ultra-quiet fan, it's rare

    settings ultra simple, enormous opportunities

    you play one minute on the set and it sounds!

    SOUNDS

    With a 4x10 markbass you are sure to have the sound
    the fender sound, the Ibanez sound, everything sounds, even low-end models (and yet, it's not a head to flatter your sound, it respects the original sound of your bass)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I tested many heads, even at exorbitant prices: swr, ampeg, warwick, mesa

    I was in a room with all heads and I was testing for 40 minutes and then I saw this little head Little Mark II, I decided to plug it before I go, I played five notes, I stopped and I bought it......
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    http://www.markbass.it/

    UTILIZATION

    The ultra-quiet fan, it's rare

    settings ultra simple, enormous opportunities

    you play one minute on the set and it sounds!

    SOUNDS

    With a 4x10 markbass you are sure to have the sound
    the fender sound, the Ibanez sound, everything sounds, even low-end models (and yet, it's not a head to flatter your sound, it respects the original sound of your bass)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I tested many heads, even at exorbitant prices: swr, ampeg, warwick, mesa

    I was in a room with all heads and I was testing for 40 minutes and then I saw this little head Little Mark II, I decided to plug it before I go, I played five notes, I stopped and I bought it immediately. Madness! it is unfortunate that this brand is not better known and sold!
    Recommend with eyes closed
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  • Markbass Little Mark IIPublié le 09/02/06 à 04:36
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    Transistor amplifier
    300W @ 8ohm / 500W @ 4ohms
    on the back: in / out effects loop, tuner output, DI, 1 + 1 Speakon jack for the speaker.
    front: instrument input jack + XLR, gain, 4 band EQ, VLE (Vintage speaker simulation), FFT (filter digging mediums) on / off ...

    UTILIZATION

    The front is decorated with eight pots, you can not simple. One branch, all eq settings at noon, and it sounds. No, forgiveness CA SONNE! The settings are, as I said before, simple and good sound to go. The manual is ... short. But no need for manual, it's really a breeze.

    SOUNDS

    I type a little in all styles (funk, metal, rock, prog, wedding music (he is ... lol)) and how I play it plays its role......
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    Transistor amplifier
    300W @ 8ohm / 500W @ 4ohms
    on the back: in / out effects loop, tuner output, DI, 1 + 1 Speakon jack for the speaker.
    front: instrument input jack + XLR, gain, 4 band EQ, VLE (Vintage speaker simulation), FFT (filter digging mediums) on / off ...

    UTILIZATION

    The front is decorated with eight pots, you can not simple. One branch, all eq settings at noon, and it sounds. No, forgiveness CA SONNE! The settings are, as I said before, simple and good sound to go. The manual is ... short. But no need for manual, it's really a breeze.

    SOUNDS

    I type a little in all styles (funk, metal, rock, prog, wedding music (he is ... lol)) and how I play it plays its role perfectly. The VLE produces a warm sound ideal for blues or rock while playing in the VPF can get a slap in the devil. Whatever the setting the sound is clean, even at quite significant volumes (the mature remember!).
    I use a Warwick Streamer LX Jazzman, a Schecter Stiletto Custom 5 and a baffle 410 EBS.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a few months, but after going through a trace elliot and Hartke, I was amazed. I paid 630eur shipping costs included on Music Store but it's was worth the effort. This choice I would do without hesitation.
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  • Anonymous

    Markbass Little Mark IIPublié le 03/21/07 à 11:14
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    See the reviews for the previous description, I think everything has t say =)

    UTILIZATION

    Amp over easy to use and super effective, no need to dig this head for 1 hour to get his sought-.
    the manual is useless unless it has reached the Alzheimer's disease.

    SOUNDS

    Professional bassist for over 10 years, I've always strong advocate of t tube amps, and for the first time I fell for every one amp transistors, and frankly I do not regret it, the sound of this head is surprising efficiency of the power is there, no problem it spits oO
    fine and precise, the result is a search within minutes or even seconds: D
    really very good stuff ^ ^

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought this amp head......
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    See the reviews for the previous description, I think everything has t say =)

    UTILIZATION

    Amp over easy to use and super effective, no need to dig this head for 1 hour to get his sought-.
    the manual is useless unless it has reached the Alzheimer's disease.

    SOUNDS

    Professional bassist for over 10 years, I've always strong advocate of t tube amps, and for the first time I fell for every one amp transistors, and frankly I do not regret it, the sound of this head is surprising efficiency of the power is there, no problem it spits oO
    fine and precise, the result is a search within minutes or even seconds: D
    really very good stuff ^ ^

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought this amp head with his backpack markbass tailored for the head. I will say that this bag-a-dos markbass is just great:
    it is well padded and made so that the head stay in his little bag use: there have to fix a scrashs of the carpet in the baffle, air vents on the cot for warmth, in short, I can not spell even over the head of his bag, while a t pens to let in
    as a result, the somewhat frail of the head disappears ^ ^
    I love the weight and size of the amp and practice with the cot-a-bag back, my back thanks me, my ears too, I just signed in markbass for a couple of years I think (if you know what I mean).
    Brief 10/10 all the way, bravo markbass.
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  • Markbass Little Mark IIPublié le 07/20/07 à 05:55
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    Amp / prampli transistors, 300W / 8 ohms, 500W / 4 ohms

    UTILIZATION

    Childish use

    SOUNDS

    I t's in sound. I expected better. I borrowed this amp in order to test it rptition. Before the BPS had a little time, I have to test myself, and took away the urge to play with, I report. The sound is a little soft, confused in the bass, the lack mdiums dtails. Sr Although it gets worse, but given the reputable and the price I thought c'tait really well. It is light weight, which is an advantage. Well, my first RFLEX had t put a note trs average aprsrflexion but when I do not even sack too, because the note was worth when one Am ** g m me.

    OVERALL OPINION

    To put the head between a head H......
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    Amp / prampli transistors, 300W / 8 ohms, 500W / 4 ohms

    UTILIZATION

    Childish use

    SOUNDS

    I t's in sound. I expected better. I borrowed this amp in order to test it rptition. Before the BPS had a little time, I have to test myself, and took away the urge to play with, I report. The sound is a little soft, confused in the bass, the lack mdiums dtails. Sr Although it gets worse, but given the reputable and the price I thought c'tait really well. It is light weight, which is an advantage. Well, my first RFLEX had t put a note trs average aprsrflexion but when I do not even sack too, because the note was worth when one Am ** g m me.

    OVERALL OPINION

    To put the head between a head H *** ke the head and I Do not hesitate, I am Mark bass, but there are ways to do better, even with this budget, why not get a good amp sound (this is the cheap watts) and an equalizer pedals such as Boss prampli ...
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  • Markbass Little Mark IIPublié le 09/01/07 à 04:36
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    See previous opinion

    UTILIZATION

    - The configuration is it simple? - Gets it easy to sound good?
    One branch, we play with the knobs for EQ ts noon and 2 filters and the sound is 0 dej l (it is obviously playing with a bass worthy of the name and not a pick with my jazz bass Marcus Miller and my expression more noguera Fretless sound is the!)
    - The manual is clear and sufficient? ...
    The manual tells us how to walk the 2 filters and magic VLE VLF more details

    SOUNDS

    - Is it your style of music?
    APRS 2d intense testing on all styles of music (except metal ...) with heads of different techniques involved (Slap, tapping, artificial harmonics ...) we can say that this head is......
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    See previous opinion

    UTILIZATION

    - The configuration is it simple? - Gets it easy to sound good?
    One branch, we play with the knobs for EQ ts noon and 2 filters and the sound is 0 dej l (it is obviously playing with a bass worthy of the name and not a pick with my jazz bass Marcus Miller and my expression more noguera Fretless sound is the!)
    - The manual is clear and sufficient? ...
    The manual tells us how to walk the 2 filters and magic VLE VLF more details

    SOUNDS

    - Is it your style of music?
    APRS 2d intense testing on all styles of music (except metal ...) with heads of different techniques involved (Slap, tapping, artificial harmonics ...) we can say that this head is magic and totally go anywhere
    - With what (s) guitar (s) / low (s) or effect (s) do you play?
    A Fender Marcus Miller Jazz Bass (with Sadowsky preamp) and an expression more fretless noguera
    - What kind of sound you get and with what rglages ("crystalline", "bold ",....)?
    We can go through all the sounds you can imagine, we pass from the McCartney in his Miller 3sec, sound Clarke's Pasto etc ...
    - What are the sounds you prfrez, you dtest?
    I often play with a bit of VLF and med drop down it gives a slamming his wish

    OVERALL OPINION

    - How long have you use it?
    2d intense: D
    - What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    Power / size and weight, versatility and range of sounds
    - Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    A head Hartke HA-3500 I find crap and head of EBS 350W impeccable ms expensive and cumbersome

    - With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...
    After a few concerts I will advise on this issue
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