As a rule of thumb when there are two likely chord names, one being an inversion, I usually go with the one that has lower extensions or simpler chord name.
In this case you have either a root position m7b13th (or m7(b13) since there is no 9th) or a maj9 in 1st inversion. I'd tend to go for...
Vox named the amps according to wattage, an AC15 is 15w, AC30 is 30w etc.
If it originally had EL34's it would have been 50w, not 30w so wouldn't have been called an AC30.
There was an AC50 and an AC100 with EL34s of course but they came later.
Chorus is modulated delay.
Back in the old days before "chorus" effects existed you'd make that sound by modulating a short delay and mixing it with the original, which is what Metheny used to do with his Prime Times.
I'm actually pretty set against these kind of mechanical exercises because I believe they are unmusical in nature and have a detrimental effect on playing, however, I will say this: Speed is a by product of accuracy.
If you want to play fast you have to practice slow, like really slow. Start by...
I transcribe for Hal Leonard, for software I use Sibelius but even these days a lot of stuff is still done by hand.
Finale Notepad is a free download and does most of what you'll need.
Amazing Slow Downer is great for hearing fast passages, Transcribe works too.
As far as 8va, the rule we use...
Nice work, would like to see more of it.
Just a personal thing, I'd like to see a natural sign for the B on the Am to cancel the held Bb in the bar before, it's a grey area but doesn't hurt.
Also if the first two or last two beats of a bar (4/4) are all 8ths they should be beamed together...
Early rig was an '81 Strat and a '74 Marshall JMP mkII 50w, used an MXR graphic to boost it.
Later I got a Hamer prototype which I had a Floyd put on and a Kramer super strat, that was my rig for years.
When I got a touring gig and a decent budget I went to a rack system, had to replicate a...