Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan was the recent guest of The Rich Eisen Show and talked about the new Guns N’ Roses album.
McKagan also talked about the band’s early days and how did other bands try to sabotage their gear.
“So, I think I noticed a big difference when I moved here – no competition, no sharing of ideas, no sharing of ‘hey I got this new riff on the guitar, I’ll show it to you’.
There was none of that, it was just hide and try to, you know, these bands would just try and sabotage our gear. Good luck with that.
They would try and put flyers over our flyers, you know you would just get done putting up fliers all around Hollywood and you’d come back the next day and someone would put a flyer over you.
That didn’t last long with other bands, if it was gonna be competition and if you want to play it like that, we were kind of the wrong band to do that with in 85, 86.”
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