Thanks everyone! B.O.C.? Kickass man- Hot Rails To Hell!
Yea the 2000 certainly isn't an 800 or 900 which I am used to. I got a hell of a deal on this one, and it is a fifty watt. I drive the hell out of the speakers so it really breaks up well. My tech gutted it and replaced the transformer with a Mercury Magnetics so it is hot rodded now. Plenty of power when it is miked and through a club's P.A.
I hope everyone has a kickass Motörheadbanging weekend!
That's right, and I will say Hi! The other re releases have been on Bitzcore, GTA, and Kangaroo Records.
The cool tie in here is Tony works at the Paramount Theatre here in Austin, and has for over twenty years. That is where Lemmy The Movie premiered. He is the reason I was given the VIP treatment, and he also gave me the lobby poster with the credits and text.
Loc: Los Angeles, California
Hey everyone, I've been trying to learn "I Got Mine" lately (one of my favorite Motorhead tracks, probably in my top ten favorite songs out of their entire discography) and I found a tab by someone on youtube that goes by the name 9pix9 there. The guy has some really cool and really accurate sounding Motorhead covers up on his page.
Of course, he plays the album version of all the songs, and I was wondering what the differences are in the way Phil Campbell plays it live today compared to the tab above.
It has bugged me for a while, I think I remember tabbing what I used to play for "I Got Mine" a couple of pages ago in this thread, but I don't think it was right at all. Can anyone help me out with a proper tab for just the intro/main riff of Phil's version? Much appreciated.
Loc: Lincolnshire, England
Well Phil's version is based in roughly the same key, except its an A5 chord rather than a B when playing the chromatics down at the very beginning and onwards. The tempo and feel is different because of Mikkey's style of drumming, but its roughly the same song.