14/100 Guns N Roses debuted “Paradise City” at the Troubadour October 10, 1985. This was Slash’s first Les Paul in Guns N’ Roses. It’s known as the Hunter burst. He got it on Sept 25, 1985 two weeks before this gig. Is very high end, custom printed. Photo with hand printed text at the bottom
13/100 Guns N Roses at Fenders Ballroom Long Beach CA. Jackson Guitars made Slash this custom guitar. Slash only used it for 4 gigs then got rid of it. “Perfect Crime” was debuted at this gig. They also opened for Cheep Trick that night. Izzy: We’re gonna pull this one like bread out of the
13/100 Axl Rose October 1985. This photo was taken by Jack Lue. Jack took over 200 hundred of the photos in my book Reckless Road. Is very high end, custom printed. With hand printed text at the bottom by Jack Lue and signed. It’s matted and framed in a. This one comes with the custom
8/100 Backstage at the Troubadour. That got them signed. Out Ta Get Me was also performed for the first time that night. Tom Zutaut from Geffen Records was there and liked what he saw. Axl: This is a brand new one, I wanna dedicate this to the LAPD, and any young girls that like to
29/100 Guns N Roses at the Cathouse in Los Angeles October 10, 1989. This was the Its So Easy Video Shoot and was a worm up gig for the four shows that they were going to do with the Rolling Stones a week latter. This was a very rare gig and this photo was also
9/100 Guns N Roses at Madame Wongs East July 4, 1985. This was their 3rd gig in Los Angeles and there were only about 10 people at the gig. Axl: We’ve got a slow song for ya. This is for all the girls out here in the audience tonight. This is called, “don’t Cry Tonight”.
16/100 Slash at Fairfax High School June 4, 1982. Here is where it all started for Slash, they played 4 songs that day. The name of the band was called Tidus Sloan. Slash was 16 years old. Is very high end, custom printed. With hand printed text at the bottom by Marc Canter and signed.
Guns N Roses at the Roxy right before the gig January 18, 1986. You Can Also see Axl in the mirror to the right. This show at the Roxy, in fact, attracted a far-overcapacity crowd, and Tom Zutaut, the Geffen A&R guy who eventually signed them, arrived late and wasn’t able to get in until