#1
from the the information i have gathered, i learned that the ceriatone jcm 800 2203 sounds more like the original jcm 800 than the new reissue

so i figured i would get that because i love the originals tone

i also want to have the intimidating look of a marshall

so i thought the best way to do that would be to buy a marshall jcm 800 head cab, grill cloth, and chassis (i think those are the correct parts)

anyway how would i go about doing this

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Yeh the SICK! bit sounds a bit stupid.

#2
eh..

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Yeh the SICK! bit sounds a bit stupid.

#4
He wants to rebadge an amp. He wants to buy a ceriatone but make it look like a marshall. As we all know image is everything. No idea where your going to find basically a jcm 800 minus the actual amp.
#5
GAK in brighton. or was that a Plexi amp?
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#7
Or build your own
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#8
Buy the Ceriatone cab, stick a Marshall logo on it. Or just leave the Ceriatone on there, seeing as that's something to be proud of?
#9
Yeah why do you need it to be marshall? In my experience, it's not really about the brand, it's about the sound. At least for me it is...
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Yeah why do you need it to be marshall? In my experience, it's not really about the brand, it's about the sound. At least for me it is...

Unless you want to impress n00bs/non-musicians who've never heard of Ceriatone but will be like "Holy ****, he's got a Marshall!" It's like when you were a kid trading pokemon cards and everyone wanted a Charizard so bad they'd trade anything for it, even though it wasn't that good.
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#12
guys, i loved charzard. oh the (not so wining) momories. ahh...


anyway, who cares what brand it is? honestly if it matters to you that much then i cont know how else to help, then say look around for the parts?
#13
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Buy the Ceriatone cab, stick a Marshall logo on it. Or just leave the Ceriatone on there, seeing as that's something to be proud of?


+1

keep the ceriatone name. if you like the sound enough to buy it.
Thank you please.
#14
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Buy the Ceriatone cab, stick a Marshall logo on it. Or just leave the Ceriatone on there, seeing as that's something to be proud of?
Surely you're joking! How's he gonna "trick" anyone if it says Ceriatone on it?
Quote by timzee117
i also want to have the intimidating look of a marshall
I know just what you mean!
1 - Buy one of these: Looks like a Marshall
2 - Rip the innards out and put in all the good Ceriatone stuff.
3 - ?????????
4 - PROFIT!!!

It will look just like a Marshall, but sound like a Ceriatone.
You'll have everyone fooled!
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#15
I think he doesn't want to sell his kidney to finance this.... that's a lot of ****ing money for an amp.... get a mesa/boogie if your spend a lot of money bro.
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