Markbass Little Mark 250 Black Line

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Bass Head

  • Output Power: 250W at 4Ω
  • Transistor pre amp
  • Analogue power amp
  • Effect send / return (switchable pre / post)
  • 4-Band EQ (2 mid bands)
  • VPF and VLE regulator
  • XLR (balanced) and jack (6.3 mm) input
  • Line out regulated separately
  • Weight: 2.6 kg
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 71 x 276 x 256 mm
Power 250 W
Equalizer 4-Band
Compressor No
Limiter No
Effects Processor No
External effect loops Yes
Speaker Connector Speakon
Headphone Output No
DI Output Yes
Tuner Out Yes
Rack mount No
available since January 2013
Item number 305332
£228
Free shipping incl. VAT
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a general good sound for all ears
Alex Krvs 18.01.2020
Ive been using it for almost a year now.
I am not a bass player but im a drummer and i bought it as an upgrade for my studio and rehearsal place..
I paired it with a 12" 300w Eden cabin and i really like that clear sound.
You can really add color with the VLE and VPF knobs. You can actually go towards a more old vintage sound and then with a tweak go back to a modern clean sound.
Many bass players used it and everyone was happy with it.
From jazz players to rock/metal players.
I personally like how it really project a double bass.
Im mostly into jazz so its mostly been used with double bass and because the amplifier is clean you can listen to a more true and detailed double bass sound.
For its price i am really happy about it.
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A little beast
urss 23.11.2019
I have been using this amp for home practicing for several months. It is well built and delivers a great sound (coupled with a ported bass cabinet equipped with one Eminence Delta-15LFC). The amp is very easy to use, has a 4-band EQ (pretty handy for 4-string basses, you basically get one EQ knob for each string) and 2 additional tone knobs (one for cutting high frequencies and another one for cutting middle frequencies) for all kinds of tone tinkering.

Two little downsides are: 1) the knobs are made of plastic and 2) it's hard to tell the current knob level by the mark on its front (the mark is located too far away from the scale). The second issue is easily solved by manually adding a second mark closer to the scale, though.
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Better than I have expected
marius_b 28.12.2019
I have bought this head because I wanted to test the Markbass sound. I have other heads, like Aguilar, GK and TC Electronic so I have a range of heads to compare. I use this head for home practice and small gigs.

To be honest this heads sounds better than I have expected when I bought it. The Markbass sound is that sound I was looking for. It is a little bit coloured and with character.

Pros:
- specific Markbass sound
- a lot of controls to get the tone you want
- VLE and VPF controls are really good and useful
- sturdy an reliable

Cons:
- missing a Mute button and that is really important for me
- quite big for a 250 W head
- the speakon cable does not plug very easy

Overall I do recommend this head and most probably I will try other products from them.
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Great portable amp at an affordable price
Adam R. 19.10.2015
About 5 years ago I owned a little mark 2 Italian made head which i loved but I sold it. Recently I wanted to get back into bass without breaking the bank so took a gamble on the Indonesian made blackline series. I can't vouch for long lasting durability but so far so good. Build and sound quality appears to be just as good, no noticable differences to my eyes and ears. Overall a great lightweight amp which really kicks for it's size. Hard to beat in this price range. Only things I would have liked to have seen added would be an mp3 input and headphone jack. Other than that it's packed with great features.
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