The Mother MkIII takes the power and versatility of the MkII model even further - now available in two versions: A no-frills high-headroom single channel version, and a dual channel version with additional Gain and master Loudness controls for it's 2nd, higher gain channel. The Mother is still equally accommodating for bass or guitar, making it a unique and versatile beast.
The new single channel version features only Channel A from the dual channel model (see below), great for those in search of the highest strength pedal platform. This single channel version goes from clean to vintage crunch with plenty of headroom for even the most towering fuzz and distortion pedals.
The dual channel version adds a second channel that takes the tonality of Channel A, and keeps on going into higher levels of saturation, from crunch to crushing high gain.
In addition to the Mother's wide spectrum of gain, its EQ is equally wide-ranging. The flexible EQ section begins with the unique 4-position rotary Depth knob, which sets the overall bass extension, low-mid voice, and low-end breakup characteristics. Position 1 is lean and focused; Position 2 adds deep bass with clear low-mids; Position 3 adds muscular low-mids, but stays tight in the lowend; and Position 4 provides deep bass with low-mid thickness. There is of low-end voicing adjustment for guitar or bass.
From here, the interactive 3-band (Bass, Middle, Treble) EQ sculpts your tone. The bass sculpts the lows voicing set with the Depth, and the unique mid control goes from completely scooped to vocal midrange. The Treble controls the crispness of the sound, and for further control of the amplifier's upper-harmonic content, the Absence shapes the the tone from present and biting to dark and foggy.
And finally, the front panel's Loudness control(s) transparently varies the overall volume of the amp down to bedroom levels without sucking your tone.
Like all our amps, the Mother MkIII is available in 50W, 100W, or 200W, and can be fitted with our new ultra-transparent series Ghost effects loop.
For even more info, check out the user manuals here:
Single Channel User Manual
Dual Channel User Manual