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Verkoper: bearinparadise (2.401) 100%, Objectlocatie: Waterford, Michigan, Verzending naar: Worldwide, Objectnummer: 310524312458 NEW/SEALED GUITAR MUSIC INSTRUCTION DVD: Lick Library Rock Guitar In 6 Weeks - Week 1 Welcome to the Rock Guitar In 6 Weeks guitar course. This course is designed to focus your practice towards realistic goals achievable in six weeks. Each week provides you with guitar techniques, concepts and licks to help you play and understand rock soloing at a manageable easy-to-follow pace. Three licks in the style of a featured artist are taught each week to help you towards playing in real musical situations and develop an ear for the differences between players. If you have been frustrated or intimidated by other educational material this course is for you. You will see the improvement as you work through each week taking small steps, occasionally looking back and being surprised by how far you have come. The Rock Guitar In 6 Weeks guitar course material is presented to you in easy-to-absorb sections which progress ina sensible logical order. Stick with this course and I guarantee you will improve. Week 1 includes: Power Chords, Minor Pentatonic Scale Pattern #1, Blues Scale Pattern #1, Minor Pentatonic and Blues Scale Licks, Bending, Vibrato, Hammer-ons, Pull-offs and Slide; and three licks in the style of Slash (Guns N' Roses, Velvet Revolver, Solo & Recording Session Artist). All lessons by Danny Gill . Slash in his solo or other groups does not appear in or endorse this rock style guitar techniques instructional DVD. Includes a "Killer" (rock slang for Great) Rock Jam Track, Web Support at Lick Library, Web Interaction with over 200,000 guitarists. Danny Gill is a former pupil of Joe Satriani and co-author of the Musicians Institute Rock Lead Guitar series. His songs have appeared on numerous TV shows including "The Osbournes" (TV Rock Star's Family Reality Series starring: Father - Ozzy Osborne, Mother - Sharon Osborne, Daughter - Kelly Osborne & Son - Jack Osborne plus Adopted Daughter - Melinda Varga & Adopted Son - Robert Marcado) as well as motion picture soundtracks such as Insomnia ( a 2002 American Murder Mystery-Thriller film directed by Christopher Nolan and stars Al Pacino, Robin Williams and Hilary Swank. It is a remake of the 1997 film of the same name) and Under Siege (Under Siege is a 1992 action film in the Die Hard mold. Directed by Andrew Davis, it stars Steven Seagal as a former Navy SEAL who must stop a group of mercenaries, led by Tommy Lee Jones, on a U.S. Navy nuclear missile armed battleship.) 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He later formed Slash's Snakepit and co-founded Velvet Revolver with his former bandmates Duff McKagan and Matt Sorum, and his debut solo album, Slash, was released in April 2010. Slash has received critical recognition as a guitarist. In August 2009, Time Magazine ranked him #2 on its list of the "10 Best Electric Guitar Players of All-Time".[4] He was also ranked #21 on Gigwise's list of the "50 Greatest Guitarists Ever".[5] Contents: 1 Early life 2 Career 2.1 Early career 2.2 Guns N' Roses and mainstream success 2.3 Side projects and session work 2.4 Velvet Revolver, solo career, and the future 2.5 Television appearances 3 Personal life 3.1 Hard N' Heavy 3.2 Feud with Axl Rose 4 Equipment 4.1 Guitars 4.2 Amplifiers 4.3 Signature equipment 5 Solo band members 6 Discography 7 Awards and accolades Early life: According to Slash, he was born in Hampstead and raised in the city of Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire[6]. His African-American mother, Ola Hudson, was born in Tennessee, and worked as a costume designer for David Bowie, among many other actors and musicians. His English father, Anthony Hudson, was an artist who created album covers for musicians such as Neil Young and Joni Mitchell.[7] When Saul was eleven, his parents relocated the family to Los Angeles, California. His parents separated and he lived primarily with his mother. He was given the nickname "Slash" by family friend Seymour Cassel because he was "always in a hurry, zipping around from one thing to another".[8][9] As a young boy, Slash was influenced by a musical school teacher: 'Tangerine' from Led Zeppelin III was the very first song I mastered. I had a teacher at school who had a Les Paul and he was always playing Cream and Zeppelin licks and whatever. And when I heard him do that I said "That's what I want to do".[10] After deciding to form a band with friend Steven Adler, Slash decided to pick up the bass guitar as Adler had declared himself lead guitarist. Slash stopped in at Fairfax Music School and told the receptionist he wanted to play the bass, and at that time met his teacher Robert Wolin. Wolin told him that in order to learn he would need a bass of his own. Slash went home and asked his grandmother and was given a worn-out, single stringed flamenco guitar. After hearing Wolin play "Brown Sugar" by ear, Slash realized that the guitar was his calling. He subsequently dropped out of high school to focus on music. In a Rolling Stone magazine article, he remarked: My big awakening happened when I was fourteen. I'd been trying to get into this older girl's pants for a while, and she finally let me come over to her house. We hung out, smoked some pot and listened to Aerosmith's Rocks. It hit me like a f**king ton of bricks. I sat there listening to it over and over, and totally blew off this girl. I remember riding my bike back to my grandma's house knowing that my life had changed. Now I identified with something.[11] [edit] Career [edit] Early career In 1983, Slash formed the band Road Crew,(named for the Motörhead song "We Are The Road Crew") with childhood friend Steven Adler. He placed an advertisement in a newspaper for a bassist, and received a response from Duff McKagan. When Road Crew disbanded, Slash joined a local band known as Hollywood Rose, fronted by Axl Rose, who Slash had previously met when the Axl and his bandmate Izzy Stradlin were looking for new band members. After his experience in Hollywood Rose, Slash briefly played in a band called Black Sheep. In June 1985, Slash and Steven Adler were invited to join with Axl Rose, Duff McKagan and Izzy Stradlin as the band Guns N' Roses.[12] Guns N' Roses and mainstream success: Main article: Guns N' Roses: Guns N' Roses toured bars and opened for larger acts throughout 1985 and 1986. It was during this period that they wrote most of their classic material, including "Welcome to the Jungle", "Sweet Child o' Mine", and "Paradise City". During this time, they were scouted by several major record labels, and signed with Geffen and they were tagged the "Most Dangerous Band In The World". In 1988, Slash remarked: For some strange reason, Guns N' Roses is like the catalyst for controversy, even before we had any kind of record deal.[13] With 28 million copies sold (18 million in the United States alone), Appetite for Destruction is the best-selling debut album of all time worldwide and in the US[14][15]. By 1988, Guns N' Roses scored its first #1 hit with "Sweet Child o' Mine", a song spearheaded by Slash's riff and guitar solo. In 1988, Guns N' Roses released G N' R Lies. Though this album only had eight tracks (four of which had already been released), it sold over 5 million copies. In 1991, after a four-year hiatus, the band released Use Your Illusion I and Use Your Illusion II. That year, Guns N' Roses embarked on the 28-month Use Your Illusion tour. Upon completion of the tour, Slash was naturalized, becoming an American citizen. In the mid-1990s, Slash wrote several songs for what would have become Guns N' Roses' follow-up album to Use Your Illusion I and II. Rose rejected the material, leading Slash to form Slash's Snakepit, a side-project that saw support from Matt Sorum, Gilby Clarke, Dizzy Reed, Mike Inez, and Eric Dover. The band recorded Slash's material and released It's Five O'Clock Somewhere in 1995. Critically, the album was praised for ignoring the conventions of grunge and alternative music. It also fared well on the charts, eventually selling over 1.2 million copies in the United States with little promotion from Geffen Records. Side projects and session work: After his departure from Guns N' Roses, Slash focused on his side-project, Snakepit, playing a few tour dates before disbanding the group in 1998. Over the next decade, Slash became an in-demand session musician, recording music with the likes of Alice Cooper, Sammy Hagar, Insane Clown Posse, Ronnie Wood, Bad Company, Cheap Trick, Michael Jackson, Ray Charles and Stevie Wonder. In 1990, Slash was contacted by Michael Jackson to work on his upcoming album, Dangerous. Slash played guitar on the single "Give In to Me"; he also appeared in the music video of the latter. On several occasions, Slash appeared onstage with Jackson, performing "Black or White" during the Dangerous World Tour.[citation needed] Slash and Jackson appeared together at the MTV Video Music Awards of 1992 and 1995.[16] Slash played guitar on "D.S.", a controversial song from the HIStory album of 1995 and "Morphine" from the 1997 remix album Blood on the Dance Floor.[17][18] In 2001, Slash joined Jackson on stage at the Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Special playing guitar while Jackson performed his songs, "Black or White" and "Beat It". Slash also plays the guitar solo for the Michael Jackson song "Privacy", of the Invincible album, right after Michael screams: "Slash!", Michael also does this right before Slash's solo on "D.S." In 1995, Quentin Tarantino asked Slash to contribute some songs to the soundtrack of his adaptation of the film Jackie Brown. Several Snakepit compositions can be heard throughout the film. In 1996, Slash collaborated with Marta Sánchez to record the flamenco-inspired song, "Obsession-Confession" for the Curdled soundtrack. The song was received well by Smooth Jazz radio stations. Later that year, Slash also played live with Alice Cooper at Sammy Hagar's club Cabo Wabo in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. The show was recorded and released the following year as A Fistful of Alice. In 1997, Slash (alongside the late Ol' Dirty Bastard and hit alternative rock band Fishbone) appeared on BLACKstreet's rock remix version of their hit single "Fix". In 2003, he participated in the Yardbirds' comeback record Birdland, released on the Favored Nations label. He played lead guitar in the track "Over, Under, Sideways, Down". In early 2003, Slash also made an appearance at a rally to protest the coming War in Iraq called "Peace on the Beach", performing the song "Imagine" by John Lennon. Ed Kowalczyk provided vocals during this performance. In 2000, he chose to regroup Slash's Snakepit to release his second solo effort, titled Ain't Life Grand. The album did well on the charts, reaching platinum status. To promote it further, Slash embarked on an extensive world tour with AC/DC in the summer of 2000. In 2002, he reunited with Duff McKagan and Matt Sorum for a benefit/tribute concert for Randy Castillo. Realizing they still had the chemistry of their days in Guns N' Roses, they decided to form a new band together. The band that featured Slash, McKagan, and Sorum also featured former Buckcherry members Keith Nelson and Josh Todd. Later Duff put out a statement that Josh and Keith didn't quite fit with the band, and they added Dave Kushner as rhythm guitar and, after a long search, Stone Temple Pilots singer Scott Weiland. In 2006, Slash performed a guest spot on keyboardist Derek Sherinian's solo album Blood of the Snake covering the 1970 Mungo Jerry hit single "In the Summertime", also featuring Billy Idol on vocals. A video was also made featuring Slash, Billy, and Derek for this song. Velvet Revolver, solo career, and the future: Slash with Velvet Revolver in 2004 Velvet Revolver began as "The Project", a venture by Slash, Duff McKagan and Matt Sorum to find a new lead singer. On rhythm guitar, they initially worked with Izzy Stradlin, and they were offered to open for The Rolling Stones but Slash, Duff and Matt wanted to have a lead singer; after this Izzy became less involved. They would find their second guitarist in the form of Dave Kushner, who had previously played with McKagan in "Loaded" prior to this project. For many months, the four of them listened to demo tapes of potential lead singers, a monotonous process (documented by VH1). After many months, Slash and the others were almost ready to give up. However, Stone Temple Pilots had recently imploded, allowing lead singer Scott Weiland to volunteer to record a song with the band. Realizing there was chemistry between each member, Weiland officially joined the band in 2003.[citation needed] Velvet Revolver played several concerts in the summer of that year and released their first single, "Set Me Free" as part of the soundtrack for The Hulk. In June 2004, they released their first studio album, Contraband. A 19-month long tour ensued, as the album went double platinum and re-established Slash as a mainstream performer. After the tour concluded, he and his bandmates took a lengthy break before beginning work on their second album. In July 2007, Velvet Revolver released the critically acclaimed Libertad, a follow-up to their multi-platinum debut. Following their second studio album, Velvet Revolver also began a second tour. On March 20, 2008 Weiland announced to their audience that it would be Velvet Revolver's final tour. Matt Sorum posted a message on his website the next day discussing the band's situation and said, "You could tell who was unhappy last night" and "some people in this business don't realize how great of a life they have".[19] Weiland shot back by telling Blabbermouth.net, "Well, first of all, the state of my family affairs is really none of his business, since he is too immature to have a real relationship, let alone children. So don't attempt to stand in a man's shoes when you haven't walked his path." On April 1, 2008 Weiland officially split from Velvet Revolver. On May 31, 2006, Slash was joined by Rob Zombie on vocals, another former Guns N' Roses axeman Gilby Clarke on rhythm guitar, Scott Ian of Anthrax on bass, Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee on drums, and surprise guest Ace Frehley of Kiss for a rendition of God of Thunder. The occasion was a one-time supergroup tribute to Kiss for the VH1 Rock Honors Award Show. Cover for the video game Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock with Slash in the middle and two other playable characters in the game, Judy Nails (left) and Lars Ümlaüt (right). Slash is a playable character in the video game Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock, and his likeness appears on the game cover. Slash did motion capture with RedOctane to record his movements for the game. Beating Slash in a one-on-one competition (playing an original composition he recorded solely for the game), unlocks him as a playable character. Beating him in this challenge leads to the player and Slash playing the master track of "Welcome to the Jungle" as an encore song.[20][21] In 2007, Slash performed with Paulina Rubio on the hit Latin single "Nada Puede Cambiarme". On March 12, 2007. Slash and Velvet Revolver paid tribute to Van Halen by inducting the band into the Rock N' Roll hall of fame. The band also played two covers. Slash appears on the cover of Guitar World for their July 2007 issue, the "20 year salute to Appetite for Destruction", entitled "The Cat In The Hat Is Back". It pictures Slash holding his guitar with a snake crawling up the neck. Slash made numerous contributions to The Heroin Diaries: A Year in the Life of a Shattered Rock Star by Nikki Sixx, published September 18, 2007.[22] He also played guitar with them at Crüe Fest. An autobiography titled simply Slash was published on October 30, 2007.[23] It was co-written with Anthony Bozza. Slash will also be appearing in the HBO book and Documentary The Black List Vol. 1, he can be seen in a portrait on the cover of the book. It was announced by Kerrang! Magazine that Slash was going to appear on Ace Frehley's next solo album.[24] Slash planned to record a solo album after the third Velvet Revolver album, but after the departure of singer Scott Weiland and time-consuming searches for a new singer for the band, he decided to record a solo album first. On September 30, 2008, he began recording demos for the upcoming album. Slash was quoted saying that the work alone in the studio on the solo album was "cathartic", and that he really enjoyed working alone in the studio. He also said he plans to bring a different singer for each song on the album, and that he has a list of guests to appear on the album, and most of them are already committed, though he refused to tell who are those guests. Rumored singers for the project include Lenny Kravitz, Sebastian Bach, Alice Cooper, Vince Neil, and past Guns N' Roses bandmates Izzy Stradlin and Duff McKagan.[25] According to Slash's wife during an interview with Rockerrazzi.com, both Ozzy Osbourne and Fergie will make appearances on Slash's upcoming solo album, saying, "It's going to be Slash and friends, with everyone from Ozzy [Osbourne] to Fergie."[26] Other musicians set to appear on the release include Josh Freese, Chris Chaney, Travis Barker, M. Shadows and Jason Bonham.[27] In 2009, he played the guitar parts on the film score of The Wrestler, composed by Clint Mansell. On June 30, 2009, Slash performed his first solo show, at the Quart Festival in Norway. His band was composed of Franky Perez (Scars On Broadway) on vocals, John 5 (Rob Zombie, Marilyn Manson) on guitar, Chris Chaney (Jane's Addiction) on bass, Jason Bonham (Foreigner) on drums and Teddy Andreadis on keyboards. Special guests included Chris Cornell, Ozzy Osbourne, Fergie and Ron Wood.[28] His touring band will be fronted by Alter Bridge vocalist Myles Kennedy, who provided vocals on Slash's songs "Back From Cali" and "Starlight" from his self-titled debut solo album. Slash's guitar solo is featured in Rihanna's 2009 album Rated R''s fourth single Rockstar 101. Slash's self titled album recently was certified "platinum" in New Zealand with sales over 35,000. Television appearances: Slash appeared as a recurring caricature of himself in Robert Evans' animated television series Kid Notorious which aired in 2003 on Comedy Central. As in real life, Slash is Evans' close friend and next-door neighbor.[29] He appeared as the guest mentor for rock n roll week of American Idol (Season 8) on May 5, 2009.[30] He has also had spots on the Drew Carey Show and South Park. Personal life: Hard N' Heavy: In 1990, a heavy metal video called "Hard N' Heavy" was released containing music, concert footage and interviews. The video included Slash and McKagan appearing with the band Great White at a "Children of the Night" Benefit concert in LA for abused homeless children, the performance helped raise money for housing to aid the underprivileged.[31] Slash is married to Perla Ferrar, with whom he has two sons, London Emilio and Cash Anthony.[32] The family lives in Los Angeles. Feud with Axl Rose: In 2007, Slash admitted to going to Rose's home with the intention to settle a long standing legal dispute and make peace with his former band mate. Slash elaborated on the incident in his autobiography, claiming that what actually occurred was that he simply went to Rose's house while intoxicated and left a note asking Rose to contact him to settle a pending lawsuit. He also added that he has not spoken to Rose in person since his departure from Guns N' Roses in 1996.[33] Slash further stated that incident's publicity created a rift in Velvet Revolver; as his bandmates were unsure of what Slash had actually done and Slash had confronted Weiland over his scathing reply to Rose, feeling that Weiland did not have the "right" to criticize Rose, not actually knowing him.[34] In March 2009, Slash responded to an interview in which Rose referred to him as "a cancer", saying that "it doesn't really affect me at all. The fact that he has anything to say at all it's like 'Whatever, dude.' "[35] Equipment: Guitars: Slash owns more than 100 guitars.[36] The guitar he recorded Appetite For Destruction with was a hand made flame-top 1959 Les Paul replica with no pick guard and two Seymour Duncan pickups. His main live guitar is a 1987 Les Paul Standard with three piece top (Factory Second). It has a cracked neck in two places, but he has had it repaired and continues to use it. Most of Slash's electric guitars have Seymour Duncan Alnico II Pro pickups which are low output pickups.[37] His guitars include: B.C. Rich Mockingbird Fender Stratocaster Fender Telecaster B.C. Rich Double neck Gibson EDS-1275 Gibson Flying V Gibson Explorer Gibson Melody Maker (used for slide during "Bad Obsession") Slash Custom Les Paul Gold Top Guitar[37] Guild Crossroads acoustic/electric double neck One of Slash's favorite guitars is the aforementioned hand-made Gibson Les Paul Copy. He received it during the recording sessions for Guns N' Roses debut album, "Appetite for Destruction". When he couldn't get the right sound he was looking for, the band's manager found a 1959 Les Paul Standard copy. He has used that guitar on every album he has recorded with Guns N' Roses and Velvet Revolver. The guitar was also the basis of the instrument his doppelgänger used in Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock.[38] Amplifiers: On stage, he only uses Marshall amps. He used a rented vintage 1960s Marshall 1959 modified by Tim Caswell at SIR studios for the recording of Appetite for Destruction. Slash liked the amp so much he tried to keep it, telling the store that it had been stolen, but it was returned accidentally by a roadie. During the 1980s Slash was using a Marshall JCM 2555 Silver Jubilee Anniversary amplifier made in 1987. It featured EL34's power tubes and three ECC83 preamp tubes. For the recording of Velvet Revolver's debut, he used a Vox AC30 and small Fender tube amps (for "oddball" sounds). For the recording of Velvet Revolver's second album, he used the new Marshall Vintage Modern 2466 amp.[citation needed] Signature equipment: The Gibson Guitar Corporation custom made two guitars for Slash in 1988. The first "Inspired" Slash Les Paul is a replica of one of the two guitars given to Slash by Gibson in 1988. The guitar is finished in a faded Heritage Cherry Sunburst, fitted with Seymour Duncan Alnico II Pro pickups and the neck is made to the exact specs of Slash's original Les Paul. Slash Les Paul Standard is a recreation of Slash's favorite Les Paul and is made of solid mahogany and is finished with a Antique Vintage Sunburst. Just like the custom shop version the guitar is fitted with Seymor Duncan Alnico II Pro pickups and a neck modeled after Slash's original. The guitar will be made in a limited run of 1600 guitars. The Epiphone Les Paul Standard Plustop is made to be a more affordable version of the two Gibson versions while still being able to offer a high quality instrument. As the Gibson versions it is equipped with Seymour Duncan Alnico II Pro pickups which he says he decided to place in all his guitar models, and is finished in Dark Tobacco Burst.[39] In 2008, the Slash signature Les Paul "Gold Top" limited edition guitar became available. Epiphone's Les Paul model has a solid mahogany body with a gold top finish, and the standard long neck he came to request on all his guitars, preferring the closest similarity in the neck as his first Les Paul. Again, Seymour Duncan Alnico II pro humbuckers, a standard item on all his guitars. This version also featurs Epiphone's locktone stop tailpiece and tuneamatic bridge system, which Slash feels makes it an easier instrument to play, particularly for newer guitarists.[40] The BC Rich Handcrafted Mockingbird SL is an unofficial signature model of Slash's Mockingbird guitar. The SL features a maple neck through a mahogany body with a quilt maple top (Slash's Mockingbird does not have a quilt maple top), Grover Super Rotomatic tuners, ebony fingerboard with large diamond inlays, an Original Floyd Rose, Seymour Duncan Alnico II humbuckers, partial active electronics, and is finished in a transparent red.[41] Slash was the first musician to own a signature amplifier created by Marshall for him. In 1996 the Marshall Slash JCM 2555SL was launched, it was built with the specs of Slash's own original 1987 Marshall Silver Jubilee 2555 amplifier. A total of 3000 of these amplifiers were made before it was discontinued.[42] Solo band members: Touring members: Myles Kennedy - lead vocals (2010–present) Bobby Schneck - rhythm guitar (2010–present) Todd Kerns - bass guitar (2010–present) Brent Fitz - drums (2010–present) Studio members Chris Chaney - bass guitar (2009–present) Josh Freese - drums (2009–present) Lenny Castro - percussion (2009–present) Former members Dave Henning - bass guitar (2010) (touring) Discography: Main article: Slash discography: Title Release Label Band Appetite for Destruction 1987 Geffen Guns N' Roses G N' R Lies 1988 Use Your Illusion I 1991 Use Your Illusion II The Spaghetti Incident? 1993 It's Five O'Clock Somewhere 1995 Slash's Snakepit Ain't Life Grand 2000 Koch Intl Contraband 2004 RCA Velvet Revolver Libertad 2007 Slash 2010 EMI Solo Live in Manchester 2010 Dik Hayd Intl Solo (featuring Myles Kennedy) Awards and accolades: Slash won the "Best Guitarist" prize in the 2005 Esky Music Awards in Esquire magazine. A write-up in the magazine announced Slash's win read as follows: He's who we see ourselves as every time we strap on an air guitar. The top hat. The hair. The dangling cigarette. The near-death experiences. He'll always be Slash of Guns N' Roses to us, but we also congratulate him for beating the comeback odds with a surprisingly legitimate and vital outfit, Velvet Revolver."[43] Slash accepting the award has issued the following statement: This is my first guitarist award ever. It's very humbling. I'd like to thank my parents, and I'd also like to thank everyone I've ever f**king worked with in the music business from the point I started at up until now - the bands I've been in, the sessions I've done, and the artists I've worked with. My wife is at least half of the reason I'm still walking. I'd also like to thank Robert Wolin; he got me to switch from bass to guitar. Thank you.[44] In January 2007, Slash was honored with a star on the Rock Walk of Fame; his name being placed alongside Jimmy Page, Eddie Van Halen and Jimi Hendrix. In 2007, Slash was awarded the coveted title of "Riff Lord" during the fourth annual Metal Hammer Golden Gods awards.[45] Slash was selected to perform "Hey Joe", a signature song of the late Jimi Hendrix in a posthumous tribute at the UK Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with Steve Winwood as vocalist, Billy Cox playing bass, and Mitch Mitchell on drums. In August 2009, he was honored by Time Magazine by being named #2 on its list of the 10 Best Electric Guitar Players of All-Time.[4] "Welcome to the Jungle" ranked #2 on VH1's 40 Greatest Metal Songs, #467 on the Rolling Stone Magazine list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time, #764 on Q Magazine's 1001 Best Songs Ever and #26 on VH1's 100 Greatest 80s Songs. Most recently, the song was named the "Greatest Song About Los Angeles" by a poll in Blender magazine.[citation needed] "Sweet Child o' Mine" placed #37 on Guitar World's list of the "100 Greatest Guitar Solos", number three on Blender's 500 Greatest Songs Since You Were Born, number 196 on Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time and in March 2005 Q magazine placed it at number 6 in its list of the 100 Greatest Guitar Tracks. The introduction's D-flat based riff was also voted number-one riff of all-time by the readers of Total Guitar magazine. It was also in Rolling Stones 40 Greatest Songs that Changed the World.[citation needed] "Paradise City" is ranked #21 on VH1's 40 Greatest Metal Songs of All Time,[1] #3 in Total Guitar Magazine's list of the 100 greatest solos of all time and #453 on Rolling Stones' "The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time". "November Rain" holds the record for the longest guitar solo in a U.S. top 10 hit. The song is also listed at number 6 in the "The 100 Greatest Guitar Solos" by Guitar World. Additionally, "November Rain" was voted #1 on the Rock 1000 in 2006, an annual countdown of the top 1000 rock songs by New Zealand radio listeners. Interview with L.A. Weekly about Gibson Les Paul Goldtop reissue, October 2008 2010 feature on Slash in The Daily Telegraph Preceded by Tracii Guns Guns N' Roses lead guitarist 1985–1996 Succeeded by Robin Finck and Buckethead Slash: Slash · Myles Kennedy · Bobby Schneck · Todd Kerns · Brent Fitz Chris Chaney · Josh Freese · Lenny Castro Studio albums: Slash Live albums: Live in Manchester Singles: "Obsession" (feat Marta Sánchez) · "Sahara" (feat Koshi Inaba) · "By the Sword" (feat Andrew Stockdale) · "Back from Cali" (feat Myles Kennedy) Featured singles: "What I Want" · "Rockstar 101" Other songs: "Crucify the Dead" · "Beautiful Dangerous" Related artists: Guns N' Roses · Slash's Blues Ball · Slash's Snakepit · Velvet Revolver See also Slash World tour Guns N' Roses: Axl Rose · Dizzy Reed · Tommy Stinson · Chris Pitman · Richard Fortus · Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal · Frank Ferrer · DJ Ashba Ole Beich · Rob Gardner · Tracii Guns · Steven Adler · Izzy Stradlin · Gilby Clarke · Matt Sorum · Slash · Duff McKagan · Josh Freese · Paul Tobias · Buckethead · Robin Finck · Bryan Mantia Studio albums: Appetite for Destruction · G N' R Lies · Use Your Illusion I · Use Your Illusion II · "The Spaghetti Incident?" · Chinese Democracy Live albums: Live Era: '87–'93 Extended plays: Live ?!*@ Like a Suicide · Guns N' Roses / Live from the Jungle · Civil War Compilation albums: Use Your Illusion · Greatest Hits Singles "It's So Easy" · "Welcome to the Jungle" · "Sweet Child o' Mine" · "Paradise City" · "Nightrain" · "Patience" · "You Could Be Mine" · "Don't Cry" · "Live and Let Die" · "November Rain" · "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" · "Yesterdays" · "Civil War" · "Ain't It Fun" · "Estranged" · "Since I Don't Have You" · "Hair of the Dog" · "Sympathy for the Devil" · "Oh My God" · "Chinese Democracy" · "Better" · "Street of Dreams" Videos: Use Your Illusion I · Use Your Illusion II · Welcome to the Videos Tours: Appetite for destruction tour · Use Your Illusion Tour · Guns N' Roses/Metallica Stadium Tour · Chinese Democracy Tour Related articles: UZI Suicide · History of Chinese Democracy · The Roots of Guns N' Roses · Discography · Members · Awards and nominations · Hollywood Rose · L.A. Guns · Velvet Revolver · Slash's Snakepit · Neurotic Outsiders · Mike Clink · Del James · West Arkeen · Guns N' Roses Pinball · Riverport Riot · Geffen Records · Feuds and rivalries · Watch You Bleed: The Saga of Guns N' Roses Category Velvet Revolver : Slash · Duff McKagan · Matt Sorum · Dave Kushner Scott Weiland Albums Contraband • Libertad Extended plays Melody and the Tyranny Singles "Set Me Free" • "Slither" • "Fall to Pieces" • "Dirty Little Thing" • "Come on, Come in" • "She Builds Quick Machines" • "The Last Fight" • "Get Out the Door" Concert tours Contraband Tour • Ozzfest 2005 Tour • Re-Evolution Tour • Rock n' Roll as It Should Be Related articles Discography • 10 Minute Warning • Camp Freddy • The Cult • DKFXP • Electric Love Hogs • Guns N' Roses • Jane's Addiction • Loaded • Neurotic Outsiders • Stone Temple Pilots • Slash's Snakepit • Wasted Youth Slash's Snakepit: Slash Gilby Clarke · Mike Inez · Matt Sorum · Eric Dover · James LoMenzo · Brian Tichy · Rod Jackson · Johnny Griparic · Matt Laug · Ryan Roxie · Keri Kelli Albums: It's Five O'Clock Somewhere · Ain't Life Grand Singles: "Beggars & Hangers-On" · "Good to Be Alive" · "Been There Lately" Related articles Band members Categories: African American guitarists | African American songwriters | American rock guitarists | American session musicians | English immigrants to the United States | American people of English descent | English people of African-American descent | English people of American descent | English rock guitarists | English heavy metal guitarists | English songwriters | Guns N' Roses members | Lead guitarists | Naturalized citizens of the United States | People from Hampstead | Musicians from Los Angeles, California | People from Stoke-on-Trent | Slash's Snakepit members | Velvet Revolver members | 1965 births | Living people Condition: Brand New, Country of Manufacture: United States, Guitar Instruction: Rock Guitar Instruction, Lick Library: Danny Gill, Slash style Guitar: Guns N' Roses style guitar, Type: Video, Brand: Lick Library, Country/Region of Manufacture: United States, Rock Guitar Instruction: Slash, Guns N' Roses, Velvet Revolver Licks, Power Chords: Minor Pentatonic Scale Pattern #1, Blues Scale Pattern #1: Minor Pentatonic and Blues Scale Licks, Bending: Vibrato, Hammer-ons: Pull-offs and Slides, Danny Gill - Guitar Instructor: Web Support

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