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Markbass Footswitch for TA501, TA503, LMK, R500, and Classic 300
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This Markbass footswtich was designed specifically to work with 5 different Markbass bass amp heads, specifically the TA501, TA503, LMK, R500, and th...Click To Read More About This Product
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More functionality for your Markbass head.
This Markbass footswtich was designed specifically to work with 5 different Markbass bass amp heads, specifically the TA501, TA503, LMK, R500, and the Classic 300.
Its functions vary per bass head. For the TA501 and TA503 one button controls the mute function so you can tune silently, while the other activates the EQ bypass. For the LMK the footswitch allows you to change between its two channels, play them together, or mute them both. In the case of the R500 and Classic 350 the switch is strictly to activate the mute function. Versatile and small, the Markbass footswitch comes with enough cord for you to hear your bass without standing right on top of it.
Two button footswitch for use with Markbass TA501, TA503, LMK, R500, and Classic 300 bassheads
Has its own cable and 1/4" connector
If you own a TA501, TA503, LMK, R500, and Classic 300, order this footswitch for some hands-free help during your next performance.
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Comments about Markbass Footswitch for TA501, TA503, LMK, R500, and Classic 300:
Nice pedal for the Momark LMK, but the description of what it does for the LMK is incorrect. The mute function works fine, however, you can only select Channel 1 OR Channel 2, not both at once as stated in the product description. MF sent a replacement when I first brought up the issue, but the second unit behaved the same way. Both of my email inquiries to Mark Bass support online about this issue remain unanswered.