Mark Durham Tribute - For Those About to Rock We Salute You

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Mark Durham Tribute - For Those About to Rock We Salute You

Postby Darryl » Sat 07/29/06 8:45 pm

I read Graydon's Mark Durham Legacy Thread and noticed that Mark built a JTM45. The following recording is a tribute to Mark. The recording is raw Marshall (no pedals, no mixing effects); I just recorded my PRS Hollowbody, panned the 18w left and the JTM45 right.

For Those About to Rock - We Salute You

Play it loud in honor of Mark. Darryl
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Postby brownnote » Sat 07/29/06 9:17 pm

Brought a tear to my eye brother.
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Postby doctornorbert » Sat 07/29/06 9:57 pm

Nice!
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Postby acdcrocker » Sat 07/29/06 11:07 pm

Very nice.

(do you recall the settings on ur JTM-45?)
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Postby bevins » Sun 07/30/06 8:42 am

Nice Touch....
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Postby michaeljohnr » Sun 07/30/06 9:43 am

I liked it!
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Postby sjfirebird » Sun 07/30/06 10:06 am

Love It, I want to do a JTM 45 for my next project.
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Postby Darryl » Wed 08/02/06 8:36 pm

acdcrocker wrote:Very nice.

(do you recall the settings on ur JTM-45?)
Thanks Folks.

P=8, B=2 M=4, T=8, V1=8, V2=8 (yea, bone crushing loud :twisted: )

I rolled the guitar volume down quite a bit at the end. Rock on. Darryl
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Postby digitorum » Thu 08/03/06 11:53 am

very nice ! 8)
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Postby acdcrocker » Sun 08/06/06 2:25 pm

Darryl wrote:
acdcrocker wrote:Very nice.

(do you recall the settings on ur JTM-45?)
Thanks Folks.

P=8, B=2 M=4, T=8, V1=8, V2=8 (yea, bone crushing loud :twisted: )

I rolled the guitar volume down quite a bit at the end. Rock on. Darryl

Thanks Darryl! That JTM has KT-66's right?
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Postby Darryl » Sun 08/06/06 3:39 pm

acdcrocker wrote:Thanks Darryl! That JTM has KT-66's right?
NOS Golden Dragon KT66 (11th generation) from the sarge. Darryl
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Postby den58 » Sun 08/06/06 7:02 pm

Nice work! Fine tones.
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Postby Fuzzbub » Mon 08/07/06 4:29 am

Great man! :D

Now I want to build a JTM myself..... ;)
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Postby voodoo » Tue 08/15/06 5:21 pm

very good, it really sounds great with just raw guitar and tone :)
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