Australian Guitar magazine has reviewed the Little Marcus 1000 head, reckon only PROS: Great tone and volume, Pro build quality, Very portable!
Here some excerpts from the review:
A powerhouse head that combines extraordinary tone with real grunt, in a package that weighs in at just 2.4 kilograms. Physically, it’sroughly two rack units tall and just over half a unit wide, making it super portable. But there’s nothing diminutive about the tone-shaping options.
There was no evidence of electronic “soft spots” in the test instruments (a Precision, a Jazz and a fretless StingRay) – each sounded characteristically true to its own personality.
If you’re after that rock’n’roll thud, a Precision Bass through the Little Marcus into a ported two-by-ten will do the business.
This dual EQ arrangement is surprisingly effective and creates an enormous range of tones. No matter which bass was used, they seemed to be right at home with this amp.
The Little Marcus has all the ins and outs you’ll ever need, and the kind of latency-free clean power that will cover any venue.
The tonal options are so complex that it’s clearly not just designed for Miller’s own basses, but to have a much more universal appeal.
This is an “any gig, anytime, anywhere” amp: plenty of volume, simple to operate, easy to lug and, best of all, a superb tone.
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