amps built from kits

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  1. mrfjones

    mrfjones Member

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    I just put a chassis in a cab not really made for it, and no two things came from the same place. I would like to put a logo on the front of the amp as it just looks a little bit naked. where can I find a logo or get one made? It is a tweed style amp so it will go front and center. any suggestions owuld be appreciated.

    I wouldn't mind making my own either but I would need something other than metal as I just don't have the tools to make anything look professional that way. thank you all for your help
     
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    If you go for the rectangular type (like Hiwatts or mid-'60s Marshalls) try www.amplates.com. Weber - www.tedweber.com also has a page on logos. Local trophy engraving places can do this on ready-made stock (gold on black, red on white, etc, etc).

    Alternatively, if you have a metal fabrication place near you that does laser cutting (e.g. from CorelDRAW/etc files), you can design your own script-style logo. Won't be 3D (like a proper Fender or script Marshall), but could look good?

    Good luck. :)
     
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    thanks man, i'll check them out.
     
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    search ebay. sometimes there are some cool car emblems.
    this one ends in one minute. hurry.
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  5. mrfjones

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    i missed that one but it is really cool
     

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