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Markbass 121p combo and 121 ext cab

Discussion in 'For Sale: Amps, Preamps, and Cabinets' started by ryanowens, Mar 14, 2013.


  1. ryanowens

    ryanowens Gold Supporting Member Commercial User

    Feb 1, 2004
    Houston
    Trickfish Amplificaton
    Looking to sell my markbass 121p combo and 121 ext cab.

    Both come WITH the Markbass covers

    Both in Excellent condition and work perfectly.

    $1150 shipped for both including covers and a FREE speakon cable to connect the extension cab.

    No trades

    Here is a pic from a recent gig, I'm out of town till tomorrow but I can get detailed pics up this weekend but as I said both items are in excellent condition with no damage or tears etc..
     

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  2. tappingtrance

    tappingtrance Cooke Harvey Supporting Member

    Jul 27, 2005
    Have the same setup, fair price with the covers, somebody jump on this!
     
  3. jbassmaniac

    jbassmaniac REPRESENTING THE LOW END TO NO END! In Memoriam

    Apr 27, 2009
    Kansas City/Topeka KS
    This is a sswwwweeeeet deal for a great rig. Portable, plenty loud and tone to the bone. GLWTS
     
  4. bass4worship

    bass4worship Ready For Freddy, let rock

    May 4, 2009
    Sebring, Florida
    Just need the NYC 121 ex-cab.
     
  5. Is this all gone?
     
  6. ryanowens

    ryanowens Gold Supporting Member Commercial User

    Feb 1, 2004
    Houston
    Trickfish Amplificaton
    Nope, I have been reconsidering weather or not I want to sell it.... but yes it is still for sale.
     
  7. JFinness

    JFinness

    May 1, 2011
    Dallas Texas
    I'll trade you my Little Mark III with lm3 amp bag for the Combo.
     
  8. JFinness

    JFinness

    May 1, 2011
    Dallas Texas
    I'm in The Dallas Area
     
  9. How did you mount your preamp to the quiver? Looks handy!
     
  10. Tugboat

    Tugboat Supporting Member

    Nov 7, 2003
    NY, County of Orange
    Trades?
     
  11. jonas_24112

    jonas_24112

    Jul 11, 2011
    Would u sell the xtend cab seperate?
     
  12. ryanowens

    ryanowens Gold Supporting Member Commercial User

    Feb 1, 2004
    Houston
    Trickfish Amplificaton
    No trades as the original listing states.

    The preamp is connected to the quiver using the belt clip that came with the k and k preamp, I just turned the belt clip 90 degrees.

    I will separate:
    1x12 combo $650 with cover plus shipping.
    1x12 cab $400 with cover plus shipping.

    Prices are firm.

    Thanks.
     
  13. Tugboat

    Tugboat Supporting Member

    Nov 7, 2003
    NY, County of Orange
    I'd like to hear more about this rig as far a bottom end/power/thunder....I'm sure it sounds good in a low volume setting but can it be monsterous if it has to? Meaning the combo w/extension. I've "heard" stories about people trying to blow them up and they couldn't, and stories about how bad ass and punchy but still fat in a louder rock setting. I am curious for confirmation on these legendary tales.
     
  14. jonas_24112

    jonas_24112

    Jul 11, 2011
    I'll chime in......

    I've got just the combo, no extension cab. Also play 5-string and it handles the B very well, even when tuned down 1/2 step. On the 3 occasions I played just the combo without PA support (no subs), it did very well. I normally played with PA support with a 5 piece bar band and the combo used as a stage monitor, volume usually set at around 1/4. I've never turned the volume up above 1/2.

    Three gigs as a stand alone:
    1. Outdoor gig under picnic shelter to around 100 people. Volume for gig was requested to be low. Played turned to 1/4 volume against drums and two half stacks.
    2. Country club dinner gig. Couldn't play quiet enough. lol
    3. Sub gig with bar band that had no subs. Room for around 200 people. Ran volume at 1/2 volume level and kept up with the 4 piece band.

    The combo alone is awesome for small gigs and practice. I'm looking to get the extension cab because I've been picking up sub gigs with bigger bands that don't have subs and also bands that are playing very large venues where I need either the extra stage volume, or I'll put the extension cab on the other side of the stage so I can work both sides.

    I can only say the darn thing sounds good, cuts through, has good dispersion, and I've gotten more compliments on the tone from other musicians than any other I've used.

    Just my two cents......happy selling.
     
  15. bass4worship

    bass4worship Ready For Freddy, let rock

    May 4, 2009
    Sebring, Florida
    Had my over three years and its the only amp I take when I gig out. All my gigs I do not use the house system at all. I would like to get the extension just to use if I really need it for outside gig. This 121p is one of the best I used over 40 years of playing. All I can say is go for it, it a great setup.:bassist:
     
  16. ryanowens

    ryanowens Gold Supporting Member Commercial User

    Feb 1, 2004
    Houston
    Trickfish Amplificaton
    Extension cab sold pending payment.
     
  17. ryanowens

    ryanowens Gold Supporting Member Commercial User

    Feb 1, 2004
    Houston
    Trickfish Amplificaton
    combo lowered to $625 plus shipping.
     
  18. mikeluch

    mikeluch Gold Supporting Member

    Nov 30, 2004
    Ocala, FL
    What version is the CMP121? Is it the combo head or combo head 2?
     
  19. ryanowens

    ryanowens Gold Supporting Member Commercial User

    Feb 1, 2004
    Houston
    Trickfish Amplificaton
    It is the newer version 2.
     
  20. ryanowens

    ryanowens Gold Supporting Member Commercial User

    Feb 1, 2004
    Houston
    Trickfish Amplificaton
    Combo lowered to $600!
     

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