#1
What are the differences between each of the Mark III stripe versions?

Which tends to be the most/least popular for which reasons?
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I actually had read those descriptions

Just hoping for some personal experience comparing them!
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#4
damn

i read it a while ago but couldn't remember the differences. good luck
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#5
From what I know...

1. Black Stripe- earliest made, closest sounding to the IIC+.

2. Purple Stripe- less gain on R2, other than that it's the same thing as the Black Stripe.

3. Red Stripe- Lead sounds remarkably close to the IIC+, but that's about it.

4. Blue Stripe- more aggressive than the previous stripes.

5. Green Stripe- the clean channel was tweaked and made more "chimey", the lead sounds closer to the Mark IV than the IIC+.

But I doubt you could tell the differences between them unless you played them all in the same room. But the most popular ones seem to be the Red Stripe and the Blue Stripe, I think.
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