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Markbass Little Mark Tube 500 SOLD

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Markbass Little Mark Tube 500 £400 £300

Priced a little under others on here due to the fact it is case-less, and has a couple more dings than those that have lived in a case all their lives. A super solid amp that never let me down over the couple of tours I did at the start of the year. Ideal for doubling and blending piezo and mic on upright bass which was where I used this the majority of the time. 

Rock solid and only a year or so since new, I've just moved to try the Eich stuff and have my Ashdown Little Stubby for all the tube stuff. 

Shipping can be arranged, collection preferred from Maidenhead (or Bath until October, by arrangement).

Thank you for looking! 








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