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Discussion in 'Guitars' started by The Ozzk, Jun 6, 2018.
He looks like a Strat guy...
I love your obsessive jealousy of slash.
Why all the Slash hate? Not my Favorite either but there's a thousand guys from the 80's that didn't sell umpteenth million albums and deserve more hatin than slash...fuck pick on that guy from warrant...what's his name??????...Exactly. Like him ot not Sauls paid his dues, and in my book gets props just for working with that a hole Axl.
I think it’s cute that you have a crush on him!
Well I got nothin....that comment was too original Lo
I’m just looking for excuses to post gifs; somebody has to pick up the slack since Ghostman got banned. lol
No worries. And I have no prob with saying I like slash’s songs. No crush tho, that’s gay.
Not there’s anything wrong with that!
A dick in another mans orafice is wrong
Did it hurt too much?
Honestly though Dan most of the guys you put up were late 70s and very early 80s. By the time guns came out you couldn’t give a LP away where I was gigging. It was all superstrats and the occasional SG and warlock. Slash gave the LP a new lease on life. They were cool again and that’s not a bad thing.
Closest I came was a really nice epiphone Les Paul and one day in rehearsal I hit an A chord and the neck joint blew up. Returned it and never bought another les Paul type till I got my charvel single cut a few months ago.
This post has nothing to do with what I posted lol.”Slash didnt get popular til after the 90’s” lol good one.Re-read.
Even the mighty JP put down the LP.Love this tune
I have never been a fan of Joe B. but I have been a fan of Slash . I don'T get the hate . He plays with heart . Not much of that left these days . The antics that the band created has nothing to do with Saul's guitar prowess or lack of . And who is holier-than-thou ? Slash did smack ? So did half of the rock population . Not a prettry drug addiction . It kills a lot of people .
Purple Fan , not directed at you . I just quoted you because I agree about Banmassa .
I dig Slash no matter what anyone else says, though I didn't like GNR at the time. Mainly because of Axl. But Slash has very melodic solos, and is a master of a catchy riff, much like Keef or Ace.
Back in the late 80s, you couldn't give a Les Paul away despite all the legends who played them. Until Slash and his fake LP came along. Gibson owes more to him for their survival at that time than ol' Henry.
I bet Slash could make a few, positive changes over at Gibson...
Sloosh isn't "technically skilled" compare to his peers in the days... However, what made him unique is he created memorable guitar solos...
And he did put LP's back in the map when everyone were using superstrats in late 80's....
No , he could not keep up with the shredders then or now but his solo's have a great expression and soul that the technical players can'T buy . I like the speedy players too but back too BC Rich . Lots of players played BC Rich and even though pointy guitars are out they made very good guitars .
I remember Bernie Rico (BC Rich), also made Mason Bernard guitars as alternative to his brand... The Mason Bernard name didn't take off... The only time I've seen a Mason Bernard was in the mid 90's played by a lead guitarist for a band Broken Hope... I was told it was made by BC Rich.