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Randy Jackson is world famous as a TV celebrity—he's been one of the judges on America's most-watched TV series, American Idol, since the beginning of the show in 2002. What some don't know, however, is that he's an incredibly accomplished bass player. His resume is vastand varied, and boasts such names as Carlos Santana, Jerry Garcia, Jean-Luc Ponty, Journey, Zucchero, Billy Cobham, Keith Richards, Aretha Franklin, Steve Lukather, Madonna, Herbie Hancock and many others. Randy has collaborated with Markbass to create this exceptional 1x15” cabinet.

Like all Markbass cabinets, this model is light and portable and offers rich, clear tone. The sound is deep and warm but has greater clarity and definition than other 15” woofer--and the cabinet features a cool, unique look, with ultra-durable custom tolex covering, and trademark Markbass yellow piping.


>>> TTE 500  Randy Jackson signature 
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Speaker: 1x15”

Tweeter: 1.25” compression driver

Bass ports: rear-ported

Impedance: 8 ohms

Frequency Responce: 50Hz to 20kHz

Sensitivity: 101 db SPL:

Power Handling: 400W RMS

Size (W/H/D):
450 x 591 x 444 mm / 17.72” x 23.27” x 17,48”

Weight:
17,1 kg / 37.70 lbs


Product specifications are subject to change without notice
September 15, 2011
“The TTE 500 is an incredibly dynamic amp... strikes the perfect balance between tube tone and solid-state reliability.”
Press
November 02, 2011
England's iGuitar webzine has reviewed the new Randy Jackson signature model head and cabinet.
Press
Randy Jackson is one of the world’s most famous bassists, and a star of American Idol since its beginning in 2002. He’s played bass with Journey, Carlos Santana, Bob Dylan, Elton John, Madonna, Bruce Springsteen, Steve Lukather, Jerry Garcia, Keith Richards and countless others.
2012-02-02
This month, we talk with American Idol judge Randy Jackson about his career trajectory, and the lowdown on his recent collaborations with Ernie Ball, Music Man, and Markbass. Check out the whole interview here.
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