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The biggest and loudest of Markbass cabinets can hold its own on any stage, but is portable enough for...
Markbass' Momark bass amp frame, a housing, allows you to decide exactly what you want your amp to be. Marco...
Mark bass' hard-rocking 500W amp head for a great price.
Two channels and ultra-customizable tone settings makes this amp head extremely versatile.
Mark Studio 1 Amp Modeling System plug-in provides you with faithful recreations of 3 of Markbass' popular...
In response to many requests for a Markbass 2x12 cabinet, the New York 122 is a rear-ported alternative to the...
The Momark goes acoustic.
Two channels of ultra-customizable EQ for your MoMark system.
Designed to amplify a range of acoustic instruments, it features 2 channels, has impressive volume, and...
This external Piezo tweeter box is built to work with and, using the velcro-padded bottom, affix securely to...
The S1 preamp module features the same sound characteristics as the Little Mark II and SA 450 amplifiers.
When you ask bassists about Markbass gear, the one thing you can expect to hear more than anything else is glowing praise. That's even true of Cliff Hugo from Supertramp, who once said "You transfer the quality of your people into the products you make!" That message was one he addressed to Markbass founder Marco De Virgiliis, and it's a sentiment that Markbass continues to prove true by carrying on building amazing amplifiers, speakers and effects units exclusively for bass.
For his part, De Virgiliis has always been obsessed with building great-sounding gear. He started out making speaker cabs and amps in 1996, eventually joining forces with Sterling Ball. The result of that partnership was Music Man's Audiophile line, and it gave De Virgiliis the boost he needed to launch his own label: Markbass. The team he assembled in 1996 is still together today, and they've kept every ounce of passion they started with in their early years.
When they set out to design or revise an amp, cabinet or effects pedal, something that the people at Markbass always do is to take the advice and feedback of real players into account. That's another thing that sets Markbass apart: by listening closely to the musicians who play nightly gigs with their gear, they stay in touch with the needs of professional bassists. The result is long-lasting hardware that you can count on to reliably deliver powerful low-end tone.
If you still need another push to put Markbass at the top of your wish list, you'll get it from looking at their testimonials. For instance, Jeff Berlin has described his Markbass amp as the "best he's ever played through." Bob Daisley, when he was playing in Ozzy Osbourne's band, swore by the "plenty of warmth, backbone and weight in the actual sound" of his TA503. And that's just naming two of the dozens of veteran bassists who trust Markbass to power their gigs.
The bottom line is this: if you're looking for the best bass gear, it's a great idea to stick to manufacturers who specialize in it. Markbass is at the top of their game in this field. Bass is what they do, and that focus drives them to produce bass amps, speakers and accessories that are simply second to none.