FS/ MARKBASS SD1200 IN MB GIG BAG-EC

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  1. Guygrooves

    Guygrooves Supporting Member

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    FS/ST...will consider trades on this as well....hit me amps and or 4 string basses-fenders preferred!
    Beautiful MarkBass SD1200 Amp in E.C. protected by a new MarkBass gig travel bag. The bag has a side handle for carrying or it can be worn like a back pack!
    Amp is solid~near perfect and still has the rubber feet on the bottom. This amp pushes 750watts at 8ohm and 1200watts at 4ohms! Incredible headroom-punch-power and clarity. Dial it in to suit the tone of your choice-quite a versatile eq. Looking to sell only~
    675 plus actual discounted shipping,...CONUS only please~

    SPECS:
    INPUT
    impedance: 500 Kohm, max. voltage: 9 Vpp
    EFFECT RETURN
    impedance: 33 Kohm, max. voltage: 12 Vpp

    CONTROLS
    GAIN
    -80 dB to +25 dB range
    LINE OUT
    level control on front panel
    PRE/POST EQ (for line out)
    switch on rear panel
    GROUND LIFT
    switch on rear panel
    MASTER VOLUME

    EQUALIZATION
    LOW
    center frequency: 40 Hz; level ±16 dB
    LOW-MID
    semi-parametric: frequency 100-800 Hz, level ±16 dB
    HIGH-MID
    semi-parametric: frequency 700 Hz-6 kHz, level ±16 dB
    HIGH
    10 kHz shelf; level ±16 dB
    VPF (Variable Pre-shape Filter)
    center frequency 380 Hz (cut)
    VLE (Vintage Loudspeaker Emulator)
    250 Hz-20 kHz cut

    OUTPUTS
    EFFECT SEND
    unbalanced, max. voltage 12 Vpp (pre-EQ)
    TUNER OUT
    unbalanced, max. voltage 2 Vpp
    LINE OUT
    balanced XLR, max. voltage 25 Vpp
    SPEAKER OUT
    speakon

    OTHER
    HEIGHT
    3.39 in. / 8.6 cm (2U)
    DEPTH
    11.9 in. / 30.2 cm
    WIDTH
    14.5" / 36.8 cm (with rack ears: 19" / 48.3 cm)
    WEIGHT
    9.15 lbs / 4,15 kg
    OUTPUT POWER
    750W RMS @ 8 ohm, 1200W RMS @ 4 ohm
    POWER REQUIREMENT
    100/120V; 230V; 240V
    50/60Hz

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  6. genstormbringer

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    Wow my old one. GLWTS!
  7. Guygrooves

    Guygrooves Supporting Member

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    Indeed it is- I cant warrant having this much power/gear for my bar gigs on the weekends- I have 2 MB 4x10's but only use the stack for LARGE venues or outdoor events- I have the LMT800 and the Combo LMII 2x10 which I put on a 4x10 for a 6x10 mini stack- This is ample for most ALL my venues.. The LMT800 will cover the rest..SOoooo Heres a minty 1200watt head for a great price IN the MarkBass Bag- So nice to put it on the shoulder and carry- easy Breezy..
  8. Arch58

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    Monster head. ... great seller!
  9. purfektstranger

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    Bump for a killer amp and great seller.
  10. Guygrooves

    Guygrooves Supporting Member

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    Ill go 675 plus actual discounted shipping ~ Buuuuuump
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  12. Guygrooves

    Guygrooves Supporting Member

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    Cherry SD1200...In GIG BAG.. less than 7 to your door!
  13. Guygrooves

    Guygrooves Supporting Member

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    BUMPAROO---MAY CONSIDER TRADES FOR 4 STRING BASSES---FENDERS PREFERED!!
  14. Guygrooves

    Guygrooves Supporting Member

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    MONDAY BUMPIN'.....
  15. Guygrooves

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    TTT~~ TRADES CONSIDERED..May create a new thread.
  16. Guygrooves

    Guygrooves Supporting Member

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    675 with the MarkBass Carry bag-- Big power-big tone-lightweight and compact-
    Come get some--HuuuuumpDaaaay...
  17. Guygrooves

    Guygrooves Supporting Member

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    675 with the MarkBass Carry bag-- Big power-big tone-lightweight and compact-
    Come get some-
  18. genstormbringer

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    maybe you shouldda got my MarkBass club 212 cab w the amp you would definitely not be selling this amp then
  19. Arch58

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    He had the Club 212....Not his cup of tea.
  20. Guygrooves

    Guygrooves Supporting Member

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    LOL..So True.. Been there and done that! I liked it alot, great cabinet..I found Im not a 12's guy ..REALLY diggin on the 10's. I may be keeping the SD1200- Ive yet to put it on the 8x10's and havent had the need to yet live..Part of the reason for putting it up.. Its an extreme amp..MAD power..small space!

    I AM OPEN TO ANY TRADES OUT THERE...AMPS or 4 STRING BASSES (fender preffered) I really like the P-J configuration..Hot Rod P's..P-Deluxes are my fave... =)
  21. Guygrooves

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    SHA BUMP, TGIF......Posting Locally as well.. Will trade for high power amps--tubers..and 4 string fenders possibly! =)

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