5th winner of Mark Durham Memorial Giveaway

In memory of Mark

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Postby WaZaK » Mon 07/27/09 3:27 pm

I never knew the guy: gone before my time here.
But from the comments I read, I guess I wish I had.

Never known, but not forgotten.

Regards to all.
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Postby zaphod_phil » Mon 07/27/09 5:10 pm

What a sad and tragic day that was.

Does anyone know how his wife and family are doing these days, BTW? The case of that murdered couple in Florida the other week, who had adopted all those disabled kids, reminded me of Mark when I saw it on the news.
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Postby morcey2 » Thu 07/30/09 6:39 pm

I got this amp back for a couple of days because I think the rectifier died. There's just something about a cranked JTM45 that's hard to beat. There's just something to it.

I know why Mark liked them so much. They're both marshalls, but a very different vibe from an 18-watt.

I was really lucky to get drawn for this amp and it's been able to help me with some bills with everything we're going through at the moment.

Matt
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