Marshall 1936

lameburger

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Alright dudes,

I'm thinking of buying a 1936V for my JCM800. Tried it in the store, sounds great. However, I already own a matching JCM800 1936 with G12T-75s. Would it sound the same if I just switched the speakers in the JCM800 cab to the Marshall Vintage speakers, or is the construction of the cabs different enough to sound different? Would I kill the already negligible resale value of the 1936?
 

SG_Seth

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Alright dudes,

I'm thinking of buying a 1936V for my JCM800. Tried it in the store, sounds great. However, I already own a matching JCM800 1936 with G12T-75s. Would it sound the same if I just switched the speakers in the JCM800 cab to the Marshall Vintage speakers, or is the construction of the cabs different enough to sound different? Would I kill the already negligible resale value of the 1936?
Don't know about your specific cabs, but some of the 1936s are made from particle board which will definitely change the tone.
 

VHS analog

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You need to try them side by side to get a true picture of the difference. The store is gonna hate you.
Just buy the two Vintages and hold on to the 75s for when you sell the cab.
 
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