Randy Jackson is world famous as a TV celebrity—he's been one of the judges on America's most-watched TV series, American Idol, since the beginning of the show in 2002. What some don't know, however, is that he's an incredibly accomplished bass player. His resume is vastand varied, and boasts such names as Carlos Santana, Jerry Garcia, Jean-Luc Ponty, Journey, Zucchero, Billy Cobham, Keith Richards, Aretha Franklin, Steve Lukather, Madonna, Herbie Hancock and many others.
TTE amps have now a new and very cool “Modern Vintage” design!
In the new TTE 501 Randy Jackson signature the current technology is brought together with classic tone concepts ito have an head that looks and sounds vintage—but features some special adaptations of the Markbass innovations like the Tube Technology Emulator (TTE), giving to the 500W amp power even more tubey warmth.
The TUBE HEART of the TTE 501 makes this head an incomparable vintage sounding amp!!!
Your sound comes into this beauty through an old-style tube preamp, is fed through a professional tube compressor, then a simple 3-band passive EQ section, a “Colour” filter (a tube adaptation of the famous Markbass VLE control), and then finally gets amplified by an innovative Tube Technology Emulator power amp.
But there's no better way to understand “Modern Vintage” than to plug in the amps and let the tone explains itself!
Suggested matching cabinet/s:
Minimum ohm load for all Markbass heads is 4 ohms.
Markbass amps/combos are manufactured to be sold and used in the country of purchase, and they are factory preset to that country’s voltage. Due to homologation issues, the voltage may not be changed.
Rack ears do not come included with this head.
Product specifications are subject to change without notice. Rack ears do not come included with this head.
Product specifications are subject to change without notice.
England's iGuitar webzine has reviewed the new Randy Jackson signature model head and cabinet.
“The TTE 500 is an incredibly dynamic amp... strikes the perfect balance between tube tone and solid-state reliability.”