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."
Justin Gray & Synthesis is a contemporary world music ensemble that explores a captivating cross-cultural blend of Indian and western music.
The ensemble features Justin Gray on Bass Veena & Electric Bass, Ted Quinlan on guitar, Drew Jurecka on Violin, Ed Hanley on tabla and Derek Gray on drums & Tibetan singing bowls.
I've been working on a killer bass amp with Marco De Virgiliis and his team in Pescara, Italy. Hung out with them this past June and went over EVERYTHING to make sure we got this just right...woofers, tweeters, EQ. I think you're gonna love it. Check this out. MM