The Markbass artist of this week is Alain Caron!

May 15, 2017, 5:33 a.m.

Alain rose to prominence in the 80s as a member of the influential fusion band UZEB, feat. guitarist Michel Cusson, and drummer Paul Brochu.
25 years after their last concert at the Montreal Jazz Festival in 1992 to a crowd of 96,000 people they will have a reunion tour in July, performing music from their ten albums as well as brand new material.

"It's amazing that you can get such a powerful, warm, clear and defined sound, with full-range frequency response, out of a very lightweight amp and speaker cabinet." —Caron enthuses— "And the most important thing is: I hear the real sound of my bass. It seems that Markbass has not only listened carefully to their amps, but they have also listened to bass players!"

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