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Markbass 104HR

Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by EZ9R, Dec 27, 2013.

  1. EZ9R

    EZ9R

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    I have a couple amps, but lately I've been using my Markbass SD1200 running through an Eden 410xlt and 210xlt. Had the Edens for over 10 years now and deciding to change. I've been looking at the Markbass 104HR cabs. I'm on the fence between the 104HF and the 104HR. I've only played the the 104HR.
    I'm veering towards the 104HR assuming it will benefit my style which is 95% finger, soloing the bridge pickup on my Jazz basses or my MM Bongos for that Jaco, Jeff Berlin, Dave LaRue, Gary Willis style. I would think the 104HR would be the way to go. Since I've haven't heard the 104HF, I would think the 104HR would be more articulate. My Edens are front ported and pack a punchy sound. I've read a review where the owner said the 104HF is too woofy. But, he said he is a splap player.
    My goal would to get 2 Markbass cabs. Either 2 410s or a 410 and a 210.

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