#1
i know theres a ultimate tutorial thread, but this is a bit different from building a cab. i've been wanting a JCM 800 combo for awhile, but i don't wanna buy on ebay and the reissues are way too expensive. even though im not gonna do this anytime soon, i was just wondering if its possible to buy the "complete amp" from ceriatone.com, and then build a combo for it. the "complete amp" from ceriatone is a fully working chassis with tubes. This is like a head with everything but the wooden box. so basically i would be building a combo without the electronics, which would be from ceriatone.

what do u guys think? is it possible? oh yea and i have no experience with building cabs, but i'm willing to learn.
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#2
ok im gonna retype this more clearly.
i was thinking of buying the JCM 800 fullyworking chassis (has all electronics, preamp and poweramp) from ceriatone.com, and build a combo that would fit that. what do u guys think?
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#3
yeah, should work. try weber's custom cabs. they make cabs for combos of all sizes.
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