Guitarist Phil Campbell of the legendary U.K. band MOTÖRHEAD recently became a believer in Minarik Guitars after FPE agents introduced him to these one-of-a-kind instruments.

Campbell and his MOTÖRHEAD bandmates are currently in the midst of a world tour. Phil's guitar chops, combined with the tonality of the Minarik Inferno, are blowing away audiences in both the U.K. and the USA.

"We are proud to have Phil playing our guitars," states Mark Minarik. "MOTÖRHEAD and the Inferno are a perfect match. Both are intense, in your face, and built to last!"

Coincidentally, MOTÖRHEAD's latest CD release on Metal-Is Records shares the same name as the guitar Phil is playing — "Inferno". It's the first album of new, skin-peeling material from vocalist/bassist Lemmy, guitarist Philip Campbell and drummer Mikkey Dee since 2002's "Hammered" and it's the first MOTÖRHEAD release since last year's critically acclaimed, five-disc, career-spanning box set "Stone Deaf Forever".

For more information on Minarik Guitars, visit their official web site.


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