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 Post subject: Mithras Tabs
PostPosted: Fri Apr 02, 2004 6:54 pm 
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Hey guys,

Has anyone been tabbing any Mithras songs on guitar?

I have and I've been getting through a bit, Leon has kindly been checking them for me aswell, just wondered if anyone else had any tabs.


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i went to tabrobot.com and typed in a band search 'mithras' just for a laugh and it came up with tabs for "Bolt of Lightning" ; a song by another band called Mithras haha......I think Leon and co. should obviously sue :lol:

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"Bolt Of Lightning", what a great song name! very cheesy :wink:


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just out of curiosity.... can bands copyright names? or is it just who either plays a gig or releases an album under that name first? :twisted:

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Matty_T wrote:
just out of curiosity.... can bands copyright names? or is it just who either plays a gig or releases an album under that name first? :twisted:


kinda.
i suppose if you made up the word.
but for example there are 2 Aboryms, 2 Ragnaroks, Fenriz of darkthrone used ot have a project called "Isengard" - i think another band bough tthe rights off him to use the name when he quit.
Im not sure though


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Toozey wrote:
Hey guys,

Has anyone been tabbing any Mithras songs on guitar?

I have and I've been getting through a bit, Leon has kindly been checking them for me aswell, just wondered if anyone else had any tabs.


Hey toozey, how are you getting on with the Mithras tabs? Which tracks have you tabbed? ....have you bothered with the solos....I think you should have a go at tabbing the solo from Psyrens :D Seriously though, I would be interested in checking out your tabs if you don't mind - especially now I've gone and blown some cash on a 7 string (and I'm supposed to be saving for a house! :D )

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Here you all go, this is what I've done so far, its pretty close some parts maybe a little wrong (not completely complete) but its all close, quite alot has been looked over by Leon.

Any additions are very welcome :D

http://members.lycos.co.uk/mithras2/TAB ... l%20(Album).txt


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A big thanks to Toozey and Lee :D
*Takes guitar off stand*

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Thanks lee for those corrections,

BTW Weasel where abouts did you find that Universe in your pic? (I guess thats you)


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Toozey wrote:
Thanks lee for those corrections,

BTW Weasel where abouts did you find that Universe in your pic? (I guess thats you)


The UV777GR (In my left hand) came from Jacksonville USA but isn't mine. I sourced it and shipped it over for someone dear to me. There are supposedly only approx. 340 in existence (the only Universe with a maple fretboard). The other in my right hand (UV7BK) came from Birmingham and I'm probably gonna sell all but one of my 6 strings now I've got that one. Took quite a long time to find it. The only other one I've seen was in London about 4 years ago and it was all bashed up and seriously overpriced (£1500). Both the guitars were made in 1991.

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I seriously want the UV7BK although I have seen prices varying from £600 to £1500 on ebay but that was US prices. This will be a hard guitar to find, my ESP Explorer was also hard to find (Well actually it wasn't, I never looked for it because I knew it would be rare but then I found one for £300 so I got it :D)


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Toozey wrote:
I seriously want the UV7BK although I have seen prices varying from £600 to £1500 on ebay but that was US prices. This will be a hard guitar to find, my ESP Explorer was also hard to find (Well actually it wasn't, I never looked for it because I knew it would be rare but then I found one for £300 so I got it :D)


correction: WE found it ! :P , and anyway im sure it was my idea to go into ron's in the first place, *credits self* :D :twisted:

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Well if I see one I'll let you know. Mine came off Ebay by the way. If you see one for sale on Ebay but it has to come from abroad, don't forget to add import tax and VAT to the price. Also, shipping can be expensive ($200 - $350 from America) Make sure the credit card it's bought with has some kind of online purchase protection too incase someone tries to skank you or shipping company delivers it with no headstock etc. I'm always looking on Ebay anyway so if one pops up I'll PM you or something.
It depends how bad you want one but I personally would not pay £1500 for one.

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£600-£800 would be a good price for me, cheaper if possible but thats pretty much the highest I would pay for anything.


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:cry: and here's me with my multiple-owned Fender Strat Squire, all bashed up and rusting away *sigh*.....and as i said earlier on, its not even properly mine (although it always stays in my room :D )


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