5 Career-Defining Guitar Solos Of Slash

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Slash, as we all know him, is undoubtedly one of the most important guitarists in the world. Considered within the world top ten on several occasions in different popular magazines in the world. And always mentioned in the shadow of Axl and Guns and Roses.

With the release of the 1987 Guns N ‘Roses masterpiece, Appetite for Destruction, the world met a dangerous-looking top-hat guitarist with a name that was synonymous with fascinating and fierce guitar playing, Slash. Below are his 5 Career-Defining Guitar Solos Of Slash:

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Sweet Child O’ Mine – Guns N’ Roses

It was released on their first album Appetite for Destruction on July 21, 1987. Sweet Child O ’Mine was the first Guns N’ Roses single to reach the Billboard Hot 100, lasting two weeks at the top in the summer of 1988.

 Slash, has argued that he has a disdain for the song due to the fact that it was simply a technical exercise and a joke. In the special they did for VH1, he mentions that he played the riff in one session as a joke. Drummer Steven Adler and Slash were on a break and Slash started playing a circus-like tune while making faces. Steven Adler told him to play the riff again, and Izzy Stradlin came to join in with the chords – but the solo! Man, the guitar solo! 

 

Speed Parade, Slash’s Snakepit

Speed ​​Parade contains some crushing guitar solo, a theme that is justified on its own by the edition of this work. With vocals by the surprising Rod Jackson. “Shine” shines even more than its title, thanks to its great wah guitar melody that allows us to remember the good taste that Slash’s always had when playing his instrument.

 

Crucify the Dead Slash featuring Ozzy Osbourne

Ozzy Osbourne wrote the lyrics for the song and has stated that this is how he would react if he were in Slash’s place to Axl Rose’s attitude. Slash stated that the song has to do with Axl and the Guns N Roses, which makes the guitar solo also aggressively monstrous!

 

Paradise City – Guns N’ Roses

It was released in 1987 on their debut album Appetite For Destruction. It is also the only song on the album to feature a synthesizer. It is best known for its signature choruses of “Take Me To Paradise City Where The Grass Is Green And The Girls Are Beautiful.” Along with “Welcome To The Jungle,” also by Appetite For Destruction. The song peaked at number five on the Billboard Hot 100, the band’s third single is to hit the Top 10.

 

Watch This – Slash – featuring Dave Grohl and Duff McKagan

Dave Grohl mentions, 

“I wrote the basics and was lucky to have a free layout, but this was without a doubt the group’s most foolish song and with Dave there, who is a more dynamic drummer. I had never worked with Slash, but I am very familiar with his style and with Duff too, they are both very creative, so we knew we could succeed together”

Watch This guitar solo shows how incredible Slash during this moment, surely one of his career-defining guitar solos!

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