Australia's Mixdown magazine has reviewed the Little Mark Ninja Richard Bona signature head, saying "Once again Markbass company reputation is top notch, as is the playing and musicality of Mr Bona".
Here are some excerpts:
> Following on with their collaboration/signature models, Markbass has just released the impressive 1000-watt brute of a head designed in tandem with another monster of the bass world, Richard Bona. Once again their company reputation is top notch, as is the playing and musicality of Mr Bona, so I can see how this association fits.
> Fat and punchy, the Ninja handles slap, extended ranges (5 and 6 strings) and aggressive playing with fingers or pick easily.
> Great for a range of styles, its no wonder you see MarkBass gear on everything from rock gigs to country, funk and jazz.
> Richard Bona is a serious player and this is a serious amp in terms of volume and headroom.
> If you need to step your rig up, or even just want to have some extra power in reserve, this lime green number could be your answer.
As part of percussionist Martin Verdonk’s Master Sessions Youtube Channel here the episode about a new exciting project with Markbass Artist Lorenzo Feliciati: Skunk Funk International-a tribute to the music of Brecker Brothers.
Here is Markbass top-artist Michael League performing the song Jan Jan by The Fabulous Counts using his Markbass Casa signature head!
Michael League - Bass
Roosevelt Collier - Lap Steel
Ryan Scott - Guitar
Louis Cato - Drums
Video by Simon C.F. Yu | 2nd Camera by Nikki Birch