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Use Your Illusion

The History of Guns N’ Roses “Use Your Illusion” Albums

Today we take a look at the epic of Guns N’ Roses “Use Your Illusion” albums that were released in 1991. They were released as a double album, but sold separately so fans wouldn’t be burdened with shelling out a lot of money for the records. It was a smart move because fans could buy whichever album they wanted if they didn’t have enough money for both. The album would also be a volatile time for the group resulting in two members leaving the group. Check out the story below!

Guns N’ Roses Announce First Scotland Show For Reunion Tour

Guns N’ Roses had previously teased a Scotland announcment several months ago when they revealed they’d be touring Europe again this summer and today they made it official. The band this morning announced their first show as part of the “Not in This Lifetime Tour” in Scotland in Glasgow. The show is set to take place on June 25, 2020. The band revealed the news on social media saying

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“Scotland, are you ready?”

Members of the useless GNR’s Nightrain fan club can getickets right now through the band’s official website, while tickets will go on sale to the general public this Friday (January 31) at 9am GMT.

The band’s final stop will take place on June 27th in Dublin.

Last week, Slash revealed why Guns N’ Roses are at a crossroads when it comes to releasing new music during a sit down interview with guitar.com

Guns N’ Roses will be playing their first show of 2020 in Miami on January 31st at the American Airlines Arena as part of the Superbowl Music Festival this coming weekend.

Guns N’ Roses Glasgow, Scotland Announcement

Slash Reveals What He Didn’t Like About Old Gibson Guitars

Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash recently appeared at this year’s NAMM and talked to  Guitar Magazine.

 Slash discussed his relationship with guitar maker Gibson and new Guns N’ Roses music.

Slash is the first artist in Gibson history to have their own guitar collection. He was asked about the difference between the old Slash guitars and the new models saying:

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“It’s an interesting thing – before I even got a new ‘Cesar era’ Les Paul, I noticed a different vibe just in seeing the print ads. There was something about the vibe that was exciting.

“And then the first guitars that I saw, Cesar [Gueikian, Gibson CMO] brought me over one of all the different models that they were going to be coming out with, and they just all felt crisp and tight and put together.

“One of the problems I had with some of the USA guitars a while back was I felt like there wasn’t as much focus on the way that they were set up.

“Not because the USA guys were putting them together wrong but I think it was just a general disillusionment that it developed over time, and you could tell that maybe they were not as enthusiastic about it as they are now.

“This is one of the iconic things in pop culture, you know? It’s like Fender doesn’t need to play around with the Strats! If you want to have one line that’s totally out of the ordinary, it’s great, but to take the whole company and sort of set it in this direction…

“There was a time when if you went into a guitar store and you wanted to buy a new Les Paul, you had to have the robo-tuners. And that was not really what people wanted – it’s sort of like Apple when they stuck that [U2] record [2014’s ‘Songs of Innocence’] in your phone! That’s not how the guitar is supposed to work!”

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He was asked if he’d like to see more guitars added to his Gibson line adding

“Well, I shouldn’t speak out of turn, but I would like to do an Epiphone line. And what we’re discussing now is doing another Goldtop, instead of it being a Custom Shop model. I love Goldtops, so I would love to have that.”