Australian magazine MIXDOWN has revieved the new Marcus Miller 102 CAB in their recent issue.
Here some excerpts from the review:
The interesting part of the design is the angled cab shape. Miller himself speaks of the ability to use the 102 in either a standard vertical position or as a floor monitor.
The cab is relatively lightweight (one of Markbass’ initial design features) and comes in under 20kgs – pretty darn manageable for most players, and easy to manoeuvre in and out of the car/gigs/rehearsal and the like.
As a standalone, the 102 can handle plenty of low end, and the combination of the two 10” speakers and 1” tweeter provide a clear, punchy tone that works for slap, fingers and pick work.
Markbass’ reflex port design is typically big and warm, and this Miller cab is no different. The angled design is actually a nice option, especially for gigging guys that need the flexibility of extra monitoring.
Markbass gear really seems to be built to last. Mark and Marcus – seems like a pretty good setup.
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