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Author Topic: Mod 2, and Mod 4 MkII????  (Read 3226 times)

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Loktite

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Mod 2, and Mod 4 MkII????
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Just out of curiosity I was looking through the mods, but 2 of them have me confused.

Mod-1 gives you a Marshal sort of tone, Mod-3 gives kind of a Recto tone, 3.666 is like a killer version of mod-3, but what does that make mod-2 and mod 4 mkII? I couldn't find any descriptions on them.
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Re: Mod 2, and Mod 4 MkII????
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Re: Mod 2, and Mod 4 MkII????
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Nice Kim,great that you made this comparisation between all the mods  :bow:
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Re: Mod 2, and Mod 4 MkII????
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Nice Kim,great that you made this comparisation between all the mods  :bow:
+1 nice write up  :thumb-up:
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Re: Mod 2, and Mod 4 MkII????
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Nice Kim,great that you made this comparisation between all the mods  :bow:

Oh yeah! Kim does his homework :thumb-up:
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Re: Mod 2, and Mod 4 MkII????
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Thanks.  Keep in mind this was written back in 2004, so there are some updates that have occurred since then. 

Hairston has been M.I.A. for quite some time, but Marshalljmp is still the guy to get the kits from or do the work.
There were two versions of the MOD4; the "MK1" was the prototype and has been replaced with the improved "MK2" version.
There are now "Ultra" and "Ultra+" variations to the 3TM.     
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Three 4x12 cabs:  all custom wired for both 2x12 guitar and 2x12 Mel9. UPDATED DIAGRAMS
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Re: Mod 2, and Mod 4 MkII????
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Thank you! This is super helpful.
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