Mixdown magazine reviews the Marcus Miller 102 CAB.

Aug. 28, 2018, 1:18 p.m.

Here some excerpts from the review:

  • The interesting part of the design is the angled cab shape. Miller himself speaks of the ability to use the 102 in either a standard vertical position or as a floor monitor.
  • The cab is relatively lightweight (one of Markbass’ initial design features) and comes in under 20kgs – pretty darn manageable for most players, and easy to manoeuvre in and out of the car/gigs/rehearsal and the like.  
  • As a standalone, the 102 can handle plenty of low end, and the combination of the two 10” speakers and 1” tweeter provide a clear, punchy tone that works for slap, fingers and pick work.
  • Markbass’ reflex port design is typically big and warm, and this Miller cab is no different. The angled design is actually a nice option, especially for gigging guys that need the flexibility of extra monitoring.
  •  Markbass gear really seems to be built to last. Mark and Marcus – seems like a pretty good setup.


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