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Title: OTS, OTS 183, OTS S&M, OTS RM, HRM, HRM MK2, and HRM Bluesmaster???
Post by: Mike407 on May 01, 2011, 09:51:58 AM
A newbie question -- and if it has been all addressed before, please direct me to the thread.

It seems to me that there are, wattage notwithstanding, seven different standard variations of the Ceriatone Overtone.  They are the Special, Special 183, Special S&M, Special RM, HRM, HRM MK2, and HRM Bluesmaster.  This is bewildering to a complete newbie like me, especially with no cut-and-dried description of each or, better yet, a table of features / absence of features of all of them on the Ceriatone website.

Can anyone here list each of these seven models and for each describe what functions and sound set it apart from the rest?

(Not that it matters, but the D*mble tone I am after is the R. Ford playing a bridge humbucker tone.)

Thanks very much in advance for your expertise,

Mike407




Title: Re: OTS, OTS 183, OTS S&M, OTS RM, HRM, HRM MK2, and HRM Bluesmaster???
Post by: T Wilcox on May 01, 2011, 11:30:54 PM
The FM50/100 are named Ford Marshall for a reason.
I got the FM50 although I aint got a TELE or LP like RF, I play my trustee EBMM Morse and love all the PUP combos through her.The bridge HB sounds superb though ;)
You can talk to Nik about customizing your sound on your amp as well!
He may recommend a better model for you based on what you describe.

Hope to shed some light!

You plan on build'n or pre built?


Todd


Title: Re: OTS, OTS 183, OTS S&M, OTS RM, HRM, HRM MK2, and HRM Bluesmaster???
Post by: T Wilcox on May 02, 2011, 08:50:16 AM
EDIT last post
Oops I meant to say Ford Mustang not Ford Marshall
Todd


Title: Re: OTS, OTS 183, OTS S&M, OTS RM, HRM, HRM MK2, and HRM Bluesmaster???
Post by: plasticvonaband on July 31, 2014, 06:46:21 PM
The answer to your question is here:  ;D

http://ceriatoneforum.com/index.php?topic=1117.0

hope this helps!

Gregg