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Markbass Little Mark II
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Markbass Little Mark II

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

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ewenn ewenn
Published on 02/26/06 at 07:58
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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