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1. Mode Switch
The Mode switch allows you to switch
between three separate modes for each of
the three channels, totaling nine different
amp sounds in one box.
2. EQ Switch
The EQ switch on each channel allows you to
select whether you will use the actual sliders
or a preset contour.
3. Multi-Watt Switch
The Multi-Watt switch determines the wattage ( 90, 45, or 10) and configuration of
power each preamp channel will be coupled
with to create a classic sound.
4. Channel Voicing Switch
Each channel has a voicing switch: Normal/
Bold on Channel 1, Normal/Thick on Channel
2 (Mark I only), Normal/Bright on Channel 3.
5. Channel-Specific Tone Controls
Each channel features Gain, Master, and
Presence controls in the top row, and Treble,
Mid, and Bass controls in the bottom row.
6. Sliders/Preset Switch
A separate mini-toggle for each channel
located in the left side of the Graphic EQ
section allows you to select whether you will
use the actual sliders to shape your individual
EQ curve or a preset contour based on the
ever-popular V curve.
7. Graphic EQ
On-board 5-band graphic EQ comes at the
very end of the signal chain so you can shape
the final sound with the only consideration
being how much of a certain frequency your
speakers, cabinets, and ears can handle.
8. Output and Solo
These two control the overall output level of
the Mark V when the effects loop switch on
the rear panel is switched into the FX ACTIVE
position. Solo provides a footswitchable boost.
9. Standby/Power Switches
Standby shuts down part of the high voltage to the power tubes so that they can rest
at idle without wear. A built-in variac is also
included on the Power switch so that you
may run the entire amp on a reduced voltage
10. Channel Select
A four-position Channel Select rotary control
is provided to access the three channels when
the footswitch is not connected or available.
11. Loop Assign
A five-position Loop Assign switch is provided to assign the effects loop to any or all
of the channels or select FTSW to trigger the
loop on and off with the Mark V footswitch.
12. External Switching Jacks
Four 1/4" external switching phono jacks
are provided for remote control of the Mark
V channels, EQ and Solo control from a
13. Effects Loop
The effects loop is fitted with a hard bypass
feature that removes a whole tube (two stages) and all associated circuitry from the signal
path for the purist who insists on the most
direct path to tone in the studio.
14. Reverb Controls
Individual reverb controls for each channel
allow you to set the desired mix of the rich
all-tube reverb effect for each channel without compromise.
15. Pentode/Triode Switch
A pentode/triode mini toggle switch allows
you to choose the wiring configuration on
the middle pair of power tubes in Channel
3 only. Pentode produces a bolder, tighter