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Markbass Mini CMD 121P

Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Markbass belonging to the Mini series

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Published on 05/22/08 at 02:35
Transistor amp 280w (450w if external speaker)
13.5kgs only
1 hp 12 "and piezo
1 between 1 loop effects, 1 line XLR and 1 output tuner
equa 4 bands and 2 adjustable filters
no headphone jack

USE

The weight and size compared its electric power and acoustics make it an extraordinary amp
as indicated in the manual, the gain should be between maximum regl before clignotage blue diode before tuning the master knob, the sound is better and warmer

a negative point, the power sends a lot of noise on the sector, which can disrupt the listening tuner or some amps or pramplis

SONORITS

Unlike what is said, the Markbass is not neutral and does not respect as has the sound of your bass (just compare the best hifi speakers or monitor to be convinced)
the sound is amazing by the deep bass that comes out but it's too muted, and acute medium is not really exciting
the application of a liquid absorbing Visaton LTS50 (on sale House Speaker Paris) on the black dome of 12 "will partially correct some acute medium resonances
I 've also chosen to delete the damping wool in the box (it is to simulate a larger load in serious but has serious consequences on the medium), cabinet that I slightly damped with Blackson: the serious will lose a bit deep but be more growl and medium bcp will be warmer and more alive
I have finally vir the piezo and replaced by a small compression HT-30 at conrad electronic

In the end, for approx. 50 fee, a good amp, j 'shut unable to play in the basic version as the sound' m not inspire

NOTICE GLOBAL

In the end, power / weight / correct price with my edit.
currently it has no equivalent for displacements in metro, can do the trick for a very wide range of gigs, c is its main reason for being
the head of this combo is just the famous littlemark2, that can completely detach with a screwdriver
I give only 7 because many bass players and bass players waiting for this kind of amp for years, the precursor having t MB150 Gallien, but I have found the inoperable basic version and the 12 "most exciting competitors and less expensive (SWR workingman12 Roland cube100b, etc ...)
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