The Markbass Standard 104HF bass cab features the power of ultra-light neodymium B&C speakers to give you a great power-to-weight ratio. So while the Standard 104HF pumps out plenty of sound, it's not... Read More
The Markbass Standard 104HF bass cab features the power of ultra-light neodymium B&C speakers to give you a great power-to-weight ratio. So while the Standard 104HF pumps out plenty of sound, it's not a behemoth to carry around. The four 10" woofers surround the 1" HF compression driver with custom horn tweeter. The Standard 104HF bass cab is made of high-grade, multi-ply poplar manufactured to maximize sound quality. Protective corners and a grill protect the Markbass Standard 104HF when you're between shows. The 104HF was runner up in the Bass Player Magazine reader's poll.
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Been playing since 1969 when I saw Humble Pie at Shea stadium age of 14 had many amps heads and cabinets including custom made ones.This is the cabinet for my ears, loud or soft low or high tones, Light weight.for my age,the italians got it right.I went and got the mark bass 800 tube and mark bass compressore Im contento.
This cab is hands down the best piece of gear I have ever in my life owned. The sound quality is really just jaw dropping, and every time I play it I enjoy it a little more. I play an SWR Workingman 4004 straight into this cab and I can start shaking the walls at only a 2 or 3 on volume and have never so far needed to play it above a 4 on the volume. It is extremely well built and durable and personally I think the look of the MarkBass amps with their yellow speakers, and larger grilles make them also one of the best looking amps and cabinets out there. The two front ports give the amp more air flow so that the speakers can pump out more volume and it works beautifully. I play a wide variety of styles but it can handle them all. My favorite style to play is funk and metal on it, and when I play Primus covers the sound is amazing (despite my less than amazing ability) When I need to do two hand tapping on it I can turn up the tweeter attenuator to really help bring them out. There are very few down sides to this product. One is the price, but after playing it I feel like I could go the rest of my life without buying another cabinet it's just that good. Two is the size and weight of the cab. It's not the biggest or heaviest out there, but it is still a good size and it weighs I think 70 lbs and anyone that does a lot of gigging knows that huge rigs get real old real fast, so if you are a gigging musician be prepared to put casters on it or use a dolly for ease of mobility. After playing this cab though I'm not sure I would use any other brand, I plan on getting the 1x15 MarkBass cab to accompany this model down the road. So bottom line, this cab is a jaw dropping beast and I love it. Yes, it's expensive but you definitely get what you pay for and it is worth every penny.
The best cabinet I've ever bought. I have a Aguilar 410 cabinet and I love it. What has sold me on the Mark bass cabinet is the incredible sound and the weight. Can't wait to get my Little mark 800 tube head then my rig will be complete.
I finally got this amp tuned in and all I can say it wow. My last rig was a SVT Classic with the SVT 8-10 cabinet and this cabinet combined with the Markbass 800 tube head blows it away. I could not believe the power and tone this lightweight has. I was thinking about adding a 15 but since I've got it tuned in I don't need anything else. I'm sold on this Markbass setup.
I've played SVT Harke Peavey Sunn and about everything else but nothing compares to the power and sound that I get from this setup I have with the Markbass 800 tube and the 410HLF. It's gets the sound I've been looking for all of my playing years and that's a lot of years. I'll have to say it again the best bass amp ever.
This 4x10 cab is one lightweight monster that produces an incredible sound and takes up major stage real estate! YOU WILL BE ASKED TO TURN DOWN THE VOLUME! It's bright highs, clean mids and thunderous lows will cut through like a scalpel for sure! A Runner-up for BASS PLAYER'S Best all-around cab 2009 (competing against 8x10's nonetheless). It will not dissapoint.
I was shopping for a new SWR rig. Markbass had just been introduced, and the salesman really thought I should try it out. I resisted, but he was so insistent, I figured "What the hell." I was, and continue to be, utterly blown away. I ended up purchasing an SD800, a Standard 104HF and a Standard 151HF. From the tone and flexibility to the light weight and unique look, I couldn't be happier with Markbass gear. My tone is complimented constantly by bandmates, sound engineers and fans. In fact, I was told recently by a sound guy: "We usually have to work so hard to get a decent sound from bass players; not you. With you, it's just plug-and-play!"
They won't know what hit them until hear the yellow & black attack their ears. This Markbass (AKA FERRARI) 104HF was voted runner up in the Bass Player Magazine reader's poll in the Bass Cab category, losing to the much bigger 8x10 by Ampeg. So I take it can be said that this is the overall best 4x10 out there. It provides a massive in-your-face presence that you'd have to hear to understand. According to Markbass, 2 of these combined with the right head, create the loudest rig in the Markbass family! Weighing in at only 65 Lbs., you're back will thank you each & every time you lift. The quality construction put into these cabs (and all of Markbass' equipment for that matter) stands out above the rest, hands down. I was very much all-out Ampeg, but since they've compromised their quality (Chinese made), I've made the switch without remorse!
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