Mark IV combo to rack?

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exhibit-sbt
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Mark IV combo to rack?

Post by exhibit-sbt » Sat Sep 26, 2015 1:32 pm

Hi there,

This question is probably answered somewhere but I couldn't find an answer easily. I'd like to know if I picked up a combo version of this amp, if I could rack mount it?

Thanks!

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Re: Mark IV combo to rack?

Post by stephen sawall » Sat Sep 26, 2015 3:37 pm

I have done it..... Just make sure you get the rack mount kit for the IV. It is a little different than the others.
There is two combo versions. Regular and wide body..... Only the regular can be rack mount.
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Re: Mark IV combo to rack?

Post by exhibit-sbt » Sat Sep 26, 2015 4:00 pm

Alright cool. Thanks for the input! Some of the specs I read were I think the wide body so I was uncertain.

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Re: Mark IV combo to rack?

Post by MichaelC4 » Thu Oct 01, 2015 9:54 am

A very easy way to see the difference between the two would be by looking at the control panel, to the right of the GEQ.

Wide has two rocker switches stacked between the Graphic EQ and large master volume knob known as Output Level.

stephen sawall wrote:Just make sure you get the rack mount kit for the IV. It is a little different than the others.
It has the brackets on the back to mount the FU-3 footswitch.
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