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  • BassmatteaBassmattea

    Excellent Amp: power and ergonomics

    Markbass Tower 102Published on 10/29/11 at 05:32
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This model is rare, it is a "102 combo" format "tower" which means that the speakers are mounted vertically. It has wheels, making it ultra portable and lightweight is IN ADDITION, finally back pain!

    Transistor amp head Mark Little.
    2X10 "B & C Custom Neodimium Custom Tweeter Woofer + 1
    VLE (Vintage Loud Speaker Emulator)
    Impedance: 8 Ohms
    Cabinet 400W RMS - 4 Ohm 450W / 280W 8ohm
    Frequency Response: 40 Hz -16 kHz
    Total weight: 26 Kg
    Dimmension: 974 * 383 * 479mm.

    UTILIZATION

    Ultra easy to use, transparent sound.
    We get to choose a "big sound", a cylindrical probe or the slap hitting. Thus relatively versatile.
    I played mostly in reggae, soul, funk, rhythm an…
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    This model is rare, it is a "102 combo" format "tower" which means that the speakers are mounted vertically. It has wheels, making it ultra portable and lightweight is IN ADDITION, finally back pain!

    Transistor amp head Mark Little.
    2X10 "B & C Custom Neodimium Custom Tweeter Woofer + 1
    VLE (Vintage Loud Speaker Emulator)
    Impedance: 8 Ohms
    Cabinet 400W RMS - 4 Ohm 450W / 280W 8ohm
    Frequency Response: 40 Hz -16 kHz
    Total weight: 26 Kg
    Dimmension: 974 * 383 * 479mm.

    UTILIZATION

    Ultra easy to use, transparent sound.
    We get to choose a "big sound", a cylindrical probe or the slap hitting. Thus relatively versatile.
    I played mostly in reggae, soul, funk, rhythm and blues.

    SOUNDS

    Like all markbass either: a "big sound", a cylindrical probe or the slap hitting. Thus relatively versatile.
    I played mostly used in reggae, soul, funk, rhythm and blues.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Excellent receiver:
    Lightweight and ultra-transportable from its rear wheels (which I replaced those core quickly treatment).
    The sound is very good and above all powerful. After some people are not a fan of Markbass. It made me very personal service, always provided, and a round.
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