Markbass MoMark EQ7G Bass EQ Module  

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Get the perfect tone in your Markbass MoMark with 7 bands of equalization.

With a good EQ your possibilities are virtually limitless. The Markbass MoMark EQ7G bass EQ module is ideal for the bassist preferring a visual of their EQ settings. The creation and makeup of this equalizer module is unique in that the 7-band graphic EQ ranges from 40 Hz in the bass to 4 kHz in the treble. If you like flat, bass boost, cutting trebles, or out-front mids, grab the sliders and change it up. Featuring MarkBass's signature yellow lighting illuminating each slider, the EQ7G bass EQ module adds a distinct glow to your rig and allows you to change your settings even in the darkest stage settings.

  • 7-band graphic EQ
  • Yellow light in each slider for easy viewing

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MarkbassMoMark EQ7G Bass EQ Module

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All the EQ you want!

Comments about Markbass MoMark EQ7G Bass EQ Module:

My only complaint is that the low frequency, 40 hertz, is very subtle and doesn't change your low end as much as I'd like it to. So I just keep it up all the way at all times. I'm using the 500 watt MoMark frame so I'm thinking I'd notice a difference if I had a stronger amp.

I'm wondering if a 7-band graphic EQ is a better buy than any parametric EQ becuz you can cut/boost 7 frequencies instead of 3 or 4. Most guys probably wouldn't agree with me on that.

What's cool about a graphic EQ is that you can sort "see" your sound set-up. I always try to keep it in a standard V formation but occasionally experiment and just cut one of the highs or low mids. It's a great EQ.

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