UK's Bass Guitar Magazine next issue features a great review of the Markbass EVO 1.
Here some excerpts:
"Markbass have never been a company to rest on their laurels. They always seem willing to push the boundaries of design and technology..."
"Bearing all that in mind, this new EVO 1 head could be just what many players are looking for; a powerful modelling-type amp with all the versatility of the Multiamp – but also one that’s really straightforward to use."
“This new EVO 1 head could be just what many players are looking for; a powerful modelling-type amp with all the versatility of the multiamp – but also one that’s really straightforward to use.”
"I loved this amp. It’s a real gigging tool, and it’s so easy to edit your sound on the go. Although it ‘only’ pushes out about 300 watts into an 8 ohm cab, the MPT (Mark Propriety Technology) class D power amp design gives plenty of headroom and more clean volume than you’ll probably ever need."
"Modelling amps for bassists don’t come much easier to use, or better-sounding, than this."
As part of percussionist Martin Verdonk’s Master Sessions Youtube Channel here the episode about a new exciting project with Markbass Artist Lorenzo Feliciati: Skunk Funk International-a tribute to the music of Brecker Brothers.
Here is Markbass top-artist Michael League performing the song Jan Jan by The Fabulous Counts using his Markbass Casa signature head!
Michael League - Bass
Roosevelt Collier - Lap Steel
Ryan Scott - Guitar
Louis Cato - Drums
Video by Simon C.F. Yu | 2nd Camera by Nikki Birch