"Although I am known for shredding and extreme techniques on bass, heavy metal is only one of the styles I play," says Dino. "So I need versatility, and the Markbass amplifiers are the only ones that allow me to switch from one genre to another very smoothly. I can get a deep sound, and at the same time, exceptionally clean and crystal clear sound when I’m playing very fast. The Big Bang gives me the power I need, and with two 104HF cabinets, I have a sound system that handles all the techniques I use and provides a powerful sound that is perfectly suitable in all situations. Thanks, MB!”
Justin Gray & Synthesis is a contemporary world music ensemble that explores a captivating cross-cultural blend of Indian and western music. The ensemble features Justin Gray on Bass Veena & Electric Bass, Ted Quinlan on guitar, Drew Jurecka on Violin, Ed Hanley on tabla and Derek Gray on drums & Tibetan singing bowls.
Markbass artist Franck Hermanny plays hi own arrangement of Georgy Porgy, in Loving Memory of the Porcaro Brothers (Jeff and Mike) from the band Toto.
Bass legend Marcus Miller show us his Sire basses playing the prototypes of his Markbass signature rig.
I've been working on a killer bass amp with Marco De Virgiliis and his team in Pescara, Italy. Hung out with them this past June and went over EVERYTHING to make sure we got this just right...woofers, tweeters, EQ. I think you're gonna love it. Check this out. MM
Our Markbass endorser in China Gao Yufeng with his Little Mark Tube head!
Markbass artist Dino Fiorenza plays "Biondology", feat. William Stravato (guitars) and Gaetano Nicolosi (drums).
Spain Markbass artist Miguel Lezcano.