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  1. 100% agree, I'd even take Eric Dover over Myles Kennedy on these songs. Those two riffs you've just identified sound tremendous, especially the Driving Rain verse riff... pure raw Slash.
  2. I don't think the issue is that anyone thinks he's bad, he's a fantastic technical singer, but his voice is very "samey" on all of these Slash songs. It grates on you pretty quickly, and turns what is probably a great song underneath into a very average song. That said, the original songs he did with Slash, Starlight and Back From Cali are very listenable to me, it's just this latest stuff which as you've just said, isn't my cup of tea. Wouldn't stop me going to see them live though.
  3. Slash Songbooks

    A IFOCS tab book/sheet music was released but in Japan only unfortunately. It’s as rare as rocking horse shit.
  4. I concur; it's an awesome version! Love it!
  5. Estranged - Which one?

    Completely agree, not that it happens all of the time but when he does, the noodling version of the end of the second solo pales in comparison to the way it should be played. https://youtu.be/YRFA_KHbHDg?t=7m25s I get that they're his songs, and that he's a great improviser which 9 times out of 10 I prefer to hear, but some solos you just don't fuck with
  6. He'd have to have arms like Stretch Armstrong or Mr. Tickle to get the autographs of all of the members of GN'R after 1991 on there!
  7. Can someone enlighten me as to what the red stars are for? Stops between songs? Pyro? Bottle of Newcastle Brown Ale?
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