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Author Topic: JAMMA marquee's and side art  (Read 1259 times)

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JAMMA marquee's and side art
« on: April 04, 2005, 08:39:41 pm »
I really hate the looks of that COMBATRIBES i picked up.

But i am going to leave it a JAMMA.

Looking around on the net at all the places that does marquees and side art.

Everything is MAME. I was suprised by that?

I was thinking i could get a marquee that was already made that had

Jamma in the name? Like JAMMACADE or something along those lines.

Anybody know of a place that has marquees and side art like that?

That doesn't have to be custom made?

Because along with MONITOR repair,
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Re: JAMMA marquee's and side art
« Reply #1 on: April 05, 2005, 06:42:45 am »
If you want to redo the artwork to generic then get yourself some NOS Neo Geo artwork, it is generic, cheap, and the marquee has a little slot where you can put a title card for whatever game you are running at the moment. It is on ebay CONSTANTLY, one source in California seems to have thousands of NOS Neo Geo artwork pieces.
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