New Bass Cabs From Markbass Announced

Published 8 years ago on June 26, 2013

By Jonathan Graham

New Bass Cabs From Markbass Announced

Markbass UK distributor MSL Professional has announced shippingof the latest additions to the Italian manufacturer's Standardseries bass cabinets. The new Standard 151HR and 104HR Black Linecabs offer a practical solution for bassists who want both the"Markbass sound" and the sound benefits of the Standard seriesdesign at a more affordable price.

The Standard 151HR Black Line is a 200W / 8ohm cab equipped with15" speaker, a 1" compression driver and custom horn, rear ported.Its deep, classic sound suits a range of musical styles and it is aperfect solution for bassists who favour 15" speakers. It can bematched with Markbass heads to form a great-sounding,cost-effective rig.

The Standard 104HR Black Line is aimed at bassists who want a 4x10" cab with quality sound. The 500W / 8ohm cab is equipped with4x10" speakers, a 1" compression driver and custom horn, rearported. The rear ported design offers controlled bottom end andhighly focused sound, making the cab ideal for detailed, melodicstyles of playing. The Standard 104HR Black Line can be used byitself, or in combination with the Standard 151HR Black Line (orother Markbass 8ohm cab) to give a powerful 700W stack.

Also available from MSL Pro's UK resellers, the new MarkbassMinimark 802. This compact 150W combo, (250W with external 8ohmspeaker) contains 2 x custom 8" drivers and a piezo horn. It givesa warm focused sound that is perfect for smaller gigs andrecording. Equipped with an aux in and headphone out, it also makesa great practice amp. The Minimark 802 is additionally remarkablefor its faithful reproduction of acoustic instruments, providing ahighly effective amplification system for upright and acousticbasses, as well as for electric basses.

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