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Amplifiers & Effects
2x12 Bass Amplifiers
Markbass 2x12 Bass Amplifiers
Markbass bass amps have certainly heard their fair share of praise since the company officially started in 2001. Constructing everything with meticulous attention and using only the highest-quality components, Markbass is trusted by many heavy-hitters in the music industry, including legendary Supertramp bassist Cliff Hugo, LA session player Dave Marotta and Mark Saunders of Florence and the Machine. With names like that, you better believe us when we say that Markbass amps are built for musicians with serious aspirations. Of course, another great thing about Markbass amps is that they don't discriminate when it comes to tastes or budget. They have something for everyone, and it's easy to see how popular their models are when you consider how many top sellers make up this catalog.
So what exactly are you looking for? From heads and cabinets to killer combos and even footswitches, Markbass has plenty to choose from, but the Mini CMD 121P 1x12 Bass Combo Amp would impress any groove maker. Delivering a fat tone with tons of volume for both electric and acoustic basses, this amp is very affordable, making it ideal for small club and studio applications.
Or, if it's a head that you're after, check out the Little Mark III Bass Amp Head. Compact and full of pro features, this head's DI Input has a pre/post EQ switch and output level control, allowing you to optimize the signal you send to your mixer or recording unit. For a matching cab, go with the New York 121 1x12 Bass Cabinet. Huge sound that won't drag you down, the New York 121 handles 400 watts of oomph and weighs only 29 pounds, so loading it in and out of venues is a cinch.
Whatever you choose, you can take comfort in knowing that these bass amps have come to life by a passionate group of experts who love playing just as much as you do. In fact, the same team that Markbass founder Marco De Virgiliis assembled back in 1996 is still together today - now if that's not dedication, we don't know what is.