Maybe not many people know that since the past centuries Abruzzo has been the motherland of almost all string makers.
The art of string making was born in this beautiful part of the world and many great brands in today’s worldwide market can trace their own origins here, it's a history made of skilled hands, hard work, sacrifices and so much genius: typical features of the people from Abruzzo.
I've decided to continue this ancient master strings’ history and tradition by acquiring D'Orazio Strings, one of the historic Abruzzo string producers since 1859 and blend it with all Markbass know-how about production experience, the selection of innovative materials and ultimate quality controls in order to offer a real superior product.
We're about to start selling our strings worldwide and I can't wait for them to be mounted on your instruments offering best intonation and reliability, and exceptional performance with an amazing feeling below your fingers!
Marco De Virgiliis
Markbass Artist ALBERTO BOLLATI plays "Technical Difficulties" by Racer X.
Markbass artist Mohini Dey with MB Kimandu 5 Richard Bona signature bass.
Here is a little video of the bonus track on remix/remaster of Bromberg Plays Hendrix on Mack Avenue/Artistry Music that I just simply call "Jimi." I hope you enjoy it!
Here the latest video from Markbass top-artist Evan Marien, where he's playing the bass part that he recorded on the new Tigran Hamasyan song 'Levitation 21', using the direct out of his Nano Mark 300! Enjoy and share! Marco de Virgiliis
This video is worth to be watched entirely as it features all the kind words and thoughts we received from our artists during this tough period. That gives us the strenght to go through it, thank you! Music is our life, the universal way to express ourselves! #markworldartistsforitaly
"Salamanders in The Sun" by Steve Vai played by Markbass Artist Lorenzo Feliciati (Bass), Gianni Rojatti (Guitars), Jeff Bowders (Drums) and Enrico Sesselego (Electric and Acoustic guitars, mix and mastering).
Markbass top-artist Stu Hamm plays his interpretation of Led Zeppelin classic "Going To California" using his STU Amp 1000 and MB Classic 152 SH cabinet.
Markbass artist Marco Micheli plays "In Your Own Sweet Way" solo using his Markacoustic AC 101H combo. Doublebass by Cristiano Scipioni captured by a dynamic mic SM58 and David Gage Realist pickup directly connected to the two channels of the AC 101H. product info: http://www.markbass.it/product-detail/ac-101-h/