Mark Bass amplification gigged - Outstanding!

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by choad42, Jul 17, 2004.

  1. I just posted this at the Ernie Ball Musicman bass forum, however I wanted to tell as many bassists as possible about my experience with Mark Bass amplification. Imagine finding a Mark Bass rig as the supplied backline at your next gig. I was fortunate enough to play through a festival supplied killer Mark Bass rig this afternoon at the "Party Gras" pre-Beaches International Jazz Festival here in Toronto and I have to tell you that the SR5 that I am using sounded absolutely amazing through this Mark Bass rig that consisted of the S450 Integrated Bass Amplifier head and the Traveler 104 4X10 cabinet. The entire rig was light as hell too as I had to move it from one side of the stage to the other during setup and it was a breeze. This stuff really is the newest secret in the bass gear world. I ran the eq flat for the entire show and the master volume was at 5 and it kept up with the 7 piece band no problem, that's outstanding performance for an outdoors gig. I know Club Bass here in Toronto carries this stuff so I plan on getting into the Mark Bass gear ASAP. Do yourselves a favour and check this stuff out if you get the opportunity, I have been a strict Eden user for years but this Mark Bass line has turned my head around. Ok I am done raving about this, for now. :bassist:

  2. Whisper

    Whisper Supporting Member

    Jun 28, 2001
    New York, New York
    I just got a new bass rig consisting of:

    Mark Bass Traveler 104


    Sunn 300T!!

    It puts out the booty like none other. The head weighs 20 lbs. more than the cabinet!
  3. xb100


    Mar 24, 2004
    NH, In
    does anyone know how much those cabs cost and how much shipping is? i emailed them bout a week ago and havnt got any sort of a reply? I figured shipping would be a load since its all the way from italy if im not mistaken to the us?

    You can check out the prices in CDN dollars there.

    I think that Rock City Guitars in Boston carries Mark Bass gear also.