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Mini Mark vs AER Amp One

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by berniek, Oct 1, 2009.


  1. berniek

    berniek

    Sep 30, 2009
    Is the AER really worth the xtra $ and where can you buy one anyway?
     
  2. berniek

    berniek

    Sep 30, 2009
    Wow thanks - that was perfect! Wish I could try them side by side of course, but doubt if that will happen. Has anyone done that?
     
  3. I have the Markbass and it is perfect for what I do. I usually have PA support and my current projects don't requier me to be too laud. So I'm pretty much set. I've never tried the AER but one thing I would look at is the ability to add another cab. (Which you can do with the Markbass)
     
  4. Bassflute

    Bassflute

    Jun 24, 2006
    Vancouver
    Endorsing Artist: MTD basses and strings; Bergantino Amps & Cabs
    The Minimark isn't big enough to play with a drummer, unless they're using brushes. The Amp One is BARELY able to keep up with a drummer.

    The Amp One is quite incredible for something so small, but man is it pricey. Also, tonewise, it's kind of a one-trick pony, not nearly as versatile as the Markbass stuff. For that price, you could have a full size but still very light Markbass rig - a 12 or a 15" combo - I'd go for that.

    Cheers,
    Cameron
     
  5. I think he's referring to the MiniMark not the MicroMark. In any case I have used my MiniMark with a Blues band, an R&B band and a Latin Rock band. With the R&B band I had PA support.
     

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