The early Marauder (schematic above) had a three way pickup switch, allowing selection of front, rear or both pickups. Both volume and tone pots had a resistance of 300K.
In 1976/77 the switch was changed to a linear taper potentiometer (early versions use part 70036, later 70009), allowing the user to blend the two pickups to any degree. The potentiometers listed for the Marauder are summarised here; volume pot is part 70031, tone 70033.
Taken from the 1981 parts list, though correct for all non-switch pickup selector models (see exception)
1 - incorrectly stated as a volume pot, actually tone.
2 - the 1977 parts list suggests part 70036 (smaller resistance - 50K)
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