Tommy Stinson replaced Duff McKagan in 1998, but being the bassist in Guns N’ Roses takes work – a lot of it
The Les Paul loyalist has now confirmed his upcoming Magnatone amp will join – rather than replace – his Marshall rig
Is this the end of an era as the Guns N’ Roses rock legend joins Billy Gibbons and swaps Marshall for Magnatone?
The Alice In Chains guitarist guests on the Guns N' Roses man’s new solo album, as does Slash – who, reportedly, has zero recollection of the recording session…
Unmissable new songs from Fiddlehead, HotWax, Guns N’ Roses, Emily Wolfe, Born of Osiris, Babymetal ft. Tom Morello, CLT DRP, and more
After Bettencourt suggested “most of the guitar players” he admires would struggle playing with Rihanna, Fortus said he “respectfully disagreed” – and it's prompted a heated reply
I Wanna Rock: The ’80s Metal Dream will talk to members of Skid Row, Winger, Twisted Sister, Vixen and The Scream and examine the fortunes and failures of the scene’s ’80s heyday
The Guns N’ Roses bassist and songwriter speaks candidly about how trading the bottle for playing acoustic has helped his panic attack and mental health struggles
Guitar collector Todd Puma shares the surprising story of how he came to own a trio of the Guns N’ Roses legend’s personal Les Pauls – and why he bought two of Gibson’s ultra-limited Murphy Lab Greeny models
The Guns N' Roses guitarist and rock icon talks about the guitars he treasures most – including buying and returning Joe Perry's Dark Burst LP – and reveals how his love for Les Pauls has inspired and shaped him as a player...
Guns N' Roses' landmark debut has sold over 30 million copies since its 1987 release, but the man behind many of its classic riffs has never owned it himself
In this 1989 GW interview, Slash n' Stradlin reflect on the tough circumstances and jam sessions that helped form Guns N' Roses' blockbuster debut, Appetite for Destruction
The Queen guitarist had originally recorded guitar parts for Catcher in the Rye, but his tracks were ultimately cut from the final mix
If you thought Slash only played Les Pauls, check out these amazing highlights from the Guns N’ Roses rocker’s $2 million guitar collection...
“Guys would go into guitar stores and play their latest Randy Rhoads stuff for two hours, just sitting on an amp. I was never that guy,” the Guns N' Roses legend says
The GNR rocker also reflected upon his relationship with Izzy Stradlin and discussed why he's not currently involved in the band's reunion
The Guns N' Roses guitarist on developing two new signature models with Gretsch, his favorite amps and pedals, and the inimitable genius of his legendary co-guitarist