"This is a great all-purpose bass cab which is especially geared towards players who require really deep but really tight bass frequencies and... it’s quite gig-friendly too."
Australia's Mixdown magazine has reviewed the Standard 151HR Black cabinet in their September issue, and they found lots of positive things.
Here are some highlights:
> (Markbass) seems to have grown so strongly and taken such a prominent place in bass players’ hearts over the past few years that they’ve become an aspirational brand.
> The Black Line is a really cool thing for Markbass to do: it’s nice that they’re acknowledging that there are players out there who want Markbass gear but can’t afford the high (but justified) price.
> The Standard 151HR sounded plenty punchy.
> The frequency response gives you a nice range from 45Hz to 20kHz.
> Its rear-ported for a nicely fine-tuned low end response.
> There was plenty of fullness to the midrange too.
> When it’s time to get a bit more modern, the cab really shines because it has that nice solid low end from the 15” speaker along with lots of clear treble courtesy of the tweeter.
> Markbass does a great job of keeping their speaker boxes lightweight.
> This is a great all-purpose bass cab which is especially geared towards players who require really deep but really tight bass frequencies and... it’s quite gig-friendly too.
First single of the album "Our Soul Revealed", 2018, published by Markbass artist Mauricio Nader.
Composed by Mauricio Nader
Produced, arranged, recorded and mixed by Mauricio Nader and Cristobal Von Beck
Photography and filmmaker: Synthya Marambio and Pablo Aliaga.
Thanks to Markbass artist Marco Bachi and the whole Gaudats Junk Band for this very cool video playing the Nanomark 300 and the DV Micro 50 heads with their GJB Recycled cabinets (made from materials destined for the dump) feat Markbass and DV Mark custom speakers.