Australian Guitar reviews the Little Marcus 1000.

Sept. 12, 2018, 6:10 a.m.

Here some excerpts from the review:

  • A powerhouse head that combines extraordinary tone with real grunt, in a package that weighs in at just 2.4 kilograms. Physically, it’sroughly two rack units tall and just over half a unit wide, making it super portable. But there’s nothing diminutive about the tone-shaping options.
  • There was no evidence of electronic “soft spots” in the test instruments (a Precision, a Jazz and a fretless StingRay) – each sounded characteristically true to its own personality.
  • If you’re after that rock’n’roll thud, a Precision Bass through the Little Marcus into a ported two-by-ten will do the business.
  • This dual EQ arrangement is surprisingly effective and creates an enormous range of tones. No matter which bass was used, they seemed to be right at home with this amp.
  • The Little Marcus has all the ins and outs you’ll ever need, and the kind of latency-free clean power that will cover any venue.
  • The tonal options are so complex that it’s clearly not just designed for Miller’s own basses, but to have a much more universal appeal.
  • This is an “any gig, anytime, anywhere” amp: plenty of volume, simple to operate, easy to lug and, best of all, a superb tone.


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