Mark Durham Memorial 18watt Raffle

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Postby SouthbayAmpworks » Wed 08/02/06 12:08 pm

Just noticed this thread. Let me know if I can help in any way, $$$ or speakers, something....thanks.
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Postby dartanion » Wed 08/02/06 12:47 pm

SouthbayAmpworks wrote:Just noticed this thread. Let me know if I can help in any way, $$$ or speakers, something....thanks.
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Since Paul so graciously donated a head cab for the JTM45, I will be building a 212 cab to match it. Do you have 2 12"ers that would mate well with at JTM45?

Thanks again for you generous offer.
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Postby SouthbayAmpworks » Wed 08/02/06 1:04 pm

dartanion wrote:
SouthbayAmpworks wrote:Just noticed this thread. Let me know if I can help in any way, $$$ or speakers, something....thanks.
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Since Paul so graciously donated a head cab for the JTM45, I will be building a 212 cab to match it. Do you have 2 12"ers that would mate well with at JTM45?

Thanks again for you generous offer.
I have speakers all over the place, actually, but everyone's idea of what is the best tone is subjective. How about when the raffle/giveaway or whatever is dialed in, we let the winner say what he wants and I'll ship them out? That way the winner gets what they want. Wouldn't that make the most sense?
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Postby dartanion » Wed 08/02/06 1:20 pm

I hear where you're coming from, but I think it would be logistically challenging. It would be easiest to have the cab complete with speakers installed so we can advertise the details on the raffle. It is also helpful for me to have the speakers on hand for fitting. I wouldn't want to build a cab that the speakers didn't fit in.

Thanks again for the offer, and feel free to choose what you think would be a good combo for this amp.
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Postby SouthbayAmpworks » Wed 08/02/06 1:36 pm

dartanion, shoot me an email, OK? My idea was to say "Select a pair of Scumbacks" for the winner...lots of folks like H magnet models, some like M's, some prefer 75hz, some 55, some like the large dustcap models.

If the amp is a true JTM 45, then it would put out 30-45 watts and any speaker would work. But if it's a later solid state rectifier type, it would put out more wattage and a 2x12 might need higher power handling speakers to handle the head.

If the people involved in this can shoot me an email so I can get it dialed in, that would solve alot of this. I'm leaving on vacation tomorrow, so it's best to reach me at:
sales@southbayampworks.com
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Postby wiggle » Wed 08/02/06 3:28 pm

Dartanion

I have a 16ohm greenback that is extra.

i might be able to find another one in a day or two.

Where should the amp or the speaker go?

Please email as I cant find your email

or 214-869-1121

travisbranson@comcast.net
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Postby dartanion » Wed 08/02/06 3:53 pm

Hey Wiggle,

I just sent you message, as well as the one from earlier today. Check your spam or filtered mail as I use a yahoo.com account.

dartanion69 at yahoo dot com
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Postby nanook » Wed 08/02/06 11:19 pm

I'd be in on a raffle.
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shipping costs

Postby lakesailor » Thu 08/03/06 7:11 am

In gratitude for what you are all doing for the Durham family, I will happily cover the cost of shipping to the raffle (door prize) winner(s).
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Postby Graydon » Thu 08/03/06 10:46 am

Guys,

Thanks again for all your effort to make this happen. Bill Bender, Dartanion, and myself are working on a system that will make it very easy to coordinate the efforts of the "builders" and the "donaters". As soon as Bill works out the bugs (not many actually, it works really well so far) we'll put it up and let you guys loose on it.

Also, I think that we will include existing donations as raffle entries so those of you that have already donated cash to the paypal link will be credited an appropriate number of raffle tickets according to how much money you donated.

So, for those of you that may have been waiting to purchase raffle tickets, please go ahead and donate to the paypal link and if possible, do so in units of $10.

Thank you very much.
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Postby dartanion » Thu 08/03/06 11:56 am

Graydon,

Is this going to be the official way to purchase raffle tickets? If so, can we publicize it?
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Postby Graydon » Thu 08/03/06 1:23 pm

Yes, that will be the "official" way to buy tickets. I'll ask Bill to add something to the description to that affect.

We should make it public too.
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Postby JoeV » Thu 08/03/06 1:34 pm

I'm up for donating a grille cloth with his photo on it, if you still need it....
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Postby smokingun » Thu 08/03/06 4:33 pm

I have a Tweed Deluxe unfinished combo cabinet that I bought from one of the forum members. It is very nice. I will donate it or if someone wants to buy it they can send the money through the pay pal account to the 18watt community and I will make that as a donation. In addition I will make a personal donation. Any suggestions would be helpful.
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Postby smokingun » Thu 08/03/06 4:36 pm

Sorry I forgot to price the cabinet. I have paid $90.00 for the cabinet and shipping. I will ship it free of charge to whoever wants it.
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