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Markbass Mini CMD 121P
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Markbass Mini CMD 121P

Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Markbass belonging to the Mini series.

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«  Jumbo »

Publié le 02/27/11 à 03:58
Value For Money : Excellent
no value added in relation to the technical details except to note the interest of the XLR input and output .. the opportunity to plug another speaker avecou without the integrated 12-inch .. the very wide range of sounds with filters ....

UTILIZATION

config simple, clear manual ... it sounds all right already cash and AC cord desi all active basses that I know has a battery meter gets along again .. eton

SOUNDS

played in a club. room of 120 people about 15 m long and 6 meters wide, enough to deliver round sound and fairly accurate throughout the room without being taken ..
on fender jazz bass 5 active JM5 sandberg, electric bass, Jacobacci frettless: everything sounds

preferred point: weight and power. modularity .. very good head
only downside ... would have preferred a tweeter for more definition and brightness in the treble ...

OVERALL OPINION

used for 3 years
purchased to replace a galien krueger, much less a powerful sentence next to the drums on stage.
4 th amplifier
used for large scenes with additional housing in Warwick 4x10.
good value

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