Here some excerpts from the Mini CMD 121P review by Maarten Plukker, published on Dutch bass Magazine "de Bassist".
A group of different basses, including a fretless, a Precision with flatwounds, a Rickenbacker and a De Gier were used for the review. The good thing is that all basses sound like themselves without losing their special properties. The neutral sound lets the instruments speak but with enough bass, punch and clarity.
The Markbass Mini CMD 121P is a successful combo that I would definitely take to gigs. You get a natural bass sound that sounds good in many situations. It is not without reason that Markbass is standard on the stages of North Sea Jazz.
Sure there are combos that offer more power, bigger speakers and more tricks for a lower price, but if you really want to show you and your bass, I would definitely consider this combo. And you can be sure that the sound engineer welcomes you with a happy look when you step in with this combo.
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