#1
Whats up with the logo in the top right corner? Its a JCM 800 2203 1981yr

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#5
An 81 2203... just like mine

Yeah man, they just moved the logo... Is this amp yours?
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#7
Move it back!!!

MOVE IT BAAAAAAAAAAACK!!!!!!!!!
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#8
Yeah, move it back, it really matters...
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#10
idk... what about all those "tone comes from the hands vs. gear" threads.
#11
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idk... what about all those "tone comes from the hands vs. gear" threads.


Debateable. Tone comes from the logo on your gear.
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#12
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Debateable. Tone comes from the logo on your gear.



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#13
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I nominate this for the most un-necessary thread of 2009


+1
#14
Its the rare Marshall JCM800 2012 from an alternate reality where aesthetics dont exist and logo placement on products is at random. Also its only worth half as much as a JCM800 from this reality because all of the wiring is done at random too so it may not even work.
#16
Looks like it's perched on a drum stool made of gaffa tape. Many Marshall enthusiasts have commented on the tonal advantages of a logo in the top right, but I always considered it a myth. How does it sound compared to when the logo is back in the centre, TS?

EDIT: Clips?
#17
Quote by Mathamology
Looks like it's perched on a drum stool made of gaffa tape. Many Marshall enthusiasts have commented on the tonal advantages of a logo in the top right, but I always considered it a myth. How does it sound compared to when the logo is back in the centre, TS?

EDIT: Clips?

It doesn't make that much of a difference where the logo is placed. The important thing is NEVER power up your amp without the logo attached. If you are going to move it make sure to power down the amp first, as running the head with no logo can damage the OT.
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#18
Quote by Mathamology
Looks like it's perched on a drum stool made of gaffa tape. Many Marshall enthusiasts have commented on the tonal advantages of a logo in the top right, but I always considered it a myth. How does it sound compared to when the logo is back in the centre, TS?

EDIT: Clips?


Looks too shiny for gaffers tape, probably plain jane duct tape.

You might want to check the underside of that amp, TS, see if it's the rare *bleep* Face issue. /lame baseball card reference

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#19
.marshall_logo {
background: #000 url('marshall.jpg') no-repeat top right;
border: 1px solid #fff;
margin: 0;
padding: 0;
}


Anyway, yea... move it back.
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#20
You guys notice how the amp is leaning a few degrees to the left? That's the true secret to tone.

Leftness.
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Because I bend in such an unorthodox fashion; the notes kinda slide up and slide down...
#21
Quote by ch0
You guys notice how the amp is leaning a few degrees to the left?
Even though there is more of the amp hanging off the right-hand side of the stool! The rules of physics have been broken!
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#22
Quote by ch0
You guys notice how the amp is leaning a few degrees to the left? That's the true secret to tone.

Leftness.


Maybe they moved the logo to the right to counterbalance it. Last thing you want is tubes braking because your amp keeps falling to the left.
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#23
In all fairness to the TS:

1.) I don't think it is his amp, maybe he is a tech who is working on the amp.
2.) The transformers are on the 'left' on these amps and they are very heavy.
3.) Yes, putting the logo on the right will help balance that out.

#24
Quote by ChrisN
.marshall_logo {
background: #000 url('marshall.jpg') no-repeat top right;
border: 1px solid #fff;
margin: 0;
padding: 0;
}


wrong.

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#26
It's tube amp, and I don't think it's stereo. However, for a tube amp, it is very good. Don't plug hi-fi into it; just use it as guitar amp if it works.
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#27
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In all fairness to the TS:

1.) I don't think it is his amp, maybe he is a tech who is working on the amp.
2.) The transformers are on the 'left' on these amps and they are very heavy.
3.) Yes, putting the logo on the right will help balance that out.


1. I would not use a tech that needed to ask this question.
2. Agreed.
3. I hope that's a joke.

I'm all for giving someone the benefit of the doubt, and I know your post was tongue and cheekish, but what in the hell is going on with this thread... Troll?
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#29
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It's tube amp, and I don't think it's stereo. However, for a tube amp, it is very good. Don't plug hi-fi into it; just use it as guitar amp if it works.

/lol



Anyway, everyone knows the logo changes the tone of the amp depending on where it is.
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