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Wherever your tonal preferences lie, the Mark III used a different and more affordably produced printed circuit board, as well as a less-formidable power transformer, so there were significant changes in production between Mark IIC and Mark III, however you slice it.Bendinelli, an engineer, pushed the gain further and further, also voicing it for West’s request to make it brighter, adding another gain stage to the already toothsome cascading-gain lead circuit for which Boogies have long been famous.Upon his return, Smith approved the revisions and the Mark IIC went into production in February of ’84.The run, however, was short, and the “ ” went out of production surprisingly quickly, as the new Mark III – with added a crunch channel – was brought in circa March of ’85.Many Boogie players will tell you that certain iterations of the Mark III (again, there are several, designated by the color of marker stripe, or lack thereof, above the power cord entry point) achieve a lead tone that’s almost indistinguishable from that of the Mark IIC .