Australian magazine Mixdown reviewed the Nano Mark 300 in their last issue, hitting it as a versatile tone stack, light and loud.
Here some excerpts from the review:
This amp gets bonus points for those concerned about portability: I’m sure you could pop it in the pocket of your cargo pants if you had enough confidence in your belt.
The look of the Nano Mark 300 is a little bit more zany than previous Markbass models, with a sort of bubbly, arching font used for the control labels. It’s just a small touch but it helps to give the amp some visual personality.
This is a great amp for those who need a lot of tone-shaping on the go. It’s not the most bells-and-whistles-loaded amp out there but it does give you a lot of range of control.
But really, what this amp is about is giving you a clear, loud, sculptable version of the sound coming out of your bass and outboard gear. It gives you lots of clean volume, and you’re able to dial in just the right input gain level, but it’s not going to unnecessarily colour your tone.
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