Axl Responds to Guns ‘N Roses Reunion Possibility

Guns 'N Roses frontman Axl Rose

At what may come as no surprise to fans with realistic expectations, G ‘N R frontman Axl Rose finally answered questions concerning a possible reunion show with the originals members.

As the former members prepare for their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction this coming week, all but two members- Axl Rose and Izzy Stradlin (who doesn’t plan on attending the ceremony)- have expressed interest in reuniting for at least one more time in honor of their fans.

The hopes of the possibility were finally put to rest as the soon to be hall of fame singer was caught on video by TMZ reporters Friday night leaving the Chateau Marmont in West Hollywood. When asked about his thoughts on a reunion tour, Axl gave a quick and direct “not in this lifetime.”

Fans in need of experiencing the magic that was the original lineup should get used to old music videos and 20+ year old performances, because if there’s one thing time has taught us, Axl doesn’t budge.




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    The top line represents the 1st or thsnient string, which is kind of backwards because if you string your guitar/bass correctly, the 1st string is on the bottom of the neck, (closest to the floor). The reason for this is because TAB is secondary to standard music notation, where the higher pitched notes are written to the top of the staff, and lower notes to the bottom. This is why TAB shows the higher strings on top and lower strings on bottom.

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