Chris Wolstenholme, bassist for Muse, used Markbass gear on the recording of the band’s latest album, “The 2nd Law”, and has been using a Markbass rig on tour.
In the studio, he used a MoMark SD800 into a Standard 104HF cabinet and an SD1200 into a Classic 152 cab.
On the road he’s being amplified through two SD1200 heads and four Standard 151HR cabinets.
Check out the album and the live show to hear Chris’ massive bass tone!
For more Muse information and their tour schedule, visit www.muse.mu.
Markbass artist Peppe Sferrazza plays "One for Pat" by Salvo Montante and Aldo Giordano, using his MB JF1 White Battered bass by Markbass.
Markbass Rising star Angelo Roman plays "Teen Town".
Markbass artist Stefano De Donato plays the new Markbass Gloxy GV series basses, using the Mark Vintage Pre and MB Octaver Raw Series.
Markbass artist Marco Galiero demoing the MB GV4 Val Black.
"This is so sweet. Markbass, the amplifier company whose products I use and love, asked us endorsers to submit a backing track for folks to play on top of. There have been many lovey interpretations of mine and I'm really enjoying this one." Michael Manring
EQUINOCCIO from the new album "De paso" by Markbass artist Fernando Lamadrid.
Markbass Artist ALBERTO BOLLATI plays "Technical Difficulties" by Racer X.
Markbass artist Mohini Dey with MB Kimandu 5 Richard Bona signature bass.