Australian Guitar magazine reviews the Ninja 102 500.

May 2, 2018, 1:53 p.m.

Here some excerpts:

  • In less than 20 years, Markbass has become the premiere, got-to-have-it amp/cab builder for bass professionals and amateurs alike, pushing aside more established brands and continuing to refine the line with innovative ideas and no-nonsense products.
  • The Markbass Ninja 102 500 is virtually the perfect product: simple to use, easy to lug and satisfying to hear.
  • The Ninja can present four-string bass chords without any grind or clash. Harmonics sit sweetly through a couple of octaves above the fundamentals, and those ten-inch speakers effortlessly handle the complexity of the overtones so that they don’t rub up against each other. There’s no distortion of fuzziness – just clarity and harmonic depth.
  • With the Ninja 102 500, Markbass have really nailed the power and tone versus portability issue. 
  • One of the most complete pieces of gear I’ve ever seen, the Ninja is gig-ready and studio quality; the sound is audiophile without the sterility; the attitude is hi-fi with heart.

    >>> Check out the FULL REVIEW 

Special thanks to our Australian Distributor CMC Music.

 

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