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Last night's gig (Markbass content)

Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by cchorney, Dec 8, 2013.


  1. cchorney

    cchorney Supporting Member

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    Just wanted to share a pic of my rig from last night's gig. Markbass CMD102P over Markbass 102HF. Did I mention I love this rig? Ahh! :hyper:

    Signal chain was Fender "Geddy Lee" Jazz > Line 6 G50 wireless > Boss tuner > Boss Flanger (only used on one song) > Boss delay > Sansamp Deluxe > above mentioned amp.

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  2. leroy diamond

    leroy diamond

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    Markbass make fantastic gear. Just simply sounds great
     
  3. TN WOODMAN

    TN WOODMAN

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    No longer flavor of the month but I still love mine too . Jeff Berlin combo and NY 151 extension cab . Lightweight , plenty of power and sounds great .
     
  4. Marley's Ghost

    Marley's Ghost Supporting Member

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    Sweet looking rig. Bet it sounded awesome. I had a CMD102P about 6 years ago. I'm still sorry I sold it.
     
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  6. Jim Carr

    Jim Carr Dr. Jim Gold Supporting Member

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    Cool rig! Looks like the groove was nailed...
     
  7. Marko5657

    Marko5657 Supporting Member

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  8. BackonBass13

    BackonBass13

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    LOve my LMIII and 104HR. Now to save up for another 104HR....
     
  9. TN WOODMAN

    TN WOODMAN

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    These Little Marks really come alive when you add the second matching cabinet ,
     
  10. cchorney

    cchorney Supporting Member

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    +1

    Absolutely - I was loving the tone of the CMD102P but the drivers weren't really holding up to stage volume levels. Adding the second cab has made a huge difference in the amount of air I can move. I was very happy with the tone, now I'm very happy with everything about it!
     
  11. RaginRog

    RaginRog Last guy you want to see is Employee Relations guy Supporting Member

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    +1 I have the same set up.
     
  12. RaginRog

    RaginRog Last guy you want to see is Employee Relations guy Supporting Member

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    Congrats on a great rig and gig.
     
  13. BassCliff

    BassCliff

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    Hi,

    That looks like a jumpin' joint and your rig really pops. That's a good looking vertical stack. Seems like a good time was had by all. Thanks for sharing!

    Thank you for your indulgence,

    BassCliff
     
  14. MascisMan

    MascisMan

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    Great pic CC! What kind of music do you guys play?
     
  15. ack

    ack Supporting Member

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    Yeah, I coughed up the dough for the exact same rig (CMD102P and 102HF - I also stack them vertically) and I've never been happier with a bass amp. Yours looks great on stage there.

    Awesome.
     
  16. Bassamatic

    Bassamatic keepin' the beat since the 60's Supporting Member

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    Looks great and surely sounds great. The column arrangement projects really well.

    I have probably sold more CMD 121P amps than our local GC sales staff through demo and lending mine to my friends and neighbors, who later bought them. It is totally amazing that if we are playing indoors, I only need the one little box. Always get compliments on the sound. Best gear investment I have made.

    For bigger gigs I stack it with a tiny Schroeder 1212L for a total of 3 loud 12s and 500W - and still fits in my car trunk with other gear.
     
  17. cchorney

    cchorney Supporting Member

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    Classic rock, R&B, a lot of stuff with harmonies since we have a couple great vocalists, early 60's "twist & shout" type songs, etc.

    An incomplete list is here.
     

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