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Harry from Boston, Massachusetts
GUNS AND ROSES SLATED IT
Band was awesome..slash and duff came to play..I even think axle was good..he is 30 years past his prime..and he brought what he had..defiantly not dissapointed
David Thies from Jacksonville, Florida
AWESOME BAND PERFORMANCE
The band played extremely well..Slash was phenomenal on guitar. Axl had lots of energy and is a great fit for the band but, his weaker voice was often drownded out by the guitar playing. The keyboards were a nice addition but their sound was mostly covered up by the rest of the band
Jon Hoover from West Bend, WI
GREAT SHOW - BAD SOUND
Just a quick review on the Guns N Roses concert last night in Chicago. The band actually started almost on time. They played very well and I was very impressed with Duff on the bass. I didn't know he was that good. The lighting and video were awesome. Top notch. The sound on the other hand was quite bad. All we heard most of the night was Slash's guitar. The drums completely disappeared on multiple songs. The vocals were more or less gone until the last 4 or 5 songs. The guitar tone sounded very boxey until the last few songs when the sound guy finally pulled the low mids out. The vocals, when you could hear them, were also very boxey. There was no clarity at all to Axel's voice. Considering that Clair Global provided audio production for the tour and it's the highest grossing Live Nation tour for the last 2 years, you would think that the sound would be in the pocket, dead nuts from the first song on. No so last night. Guns N Roses needs to rethink their choice of sound guys.
Denise from New Jersey
THE SLASH SHOW
Axl frankly sucked. His voice was terrible and he had absolutely no chemistry with anyone else in the band. The rest of the band was pretty good with Slash being great It should just have been called The Slash Show since he was the only one worth being there for.
Linda from Las Vegas, Nevada
They were great, but this was a rock concert and security wanted you to stay in your seat. They made the experience terrible. Ruined my special moment.
Hank Horodyskyj from Detroit, Michigan
MUSIC-GREAT. SINGING- HORRIBLE
Worked the concert. Might have been where I was standing but Rose was horrible. Slash can still play. Music-8 stars- singing 3
Mr. Brownstone from Boston, Massachusetts
JUST AS SHITTY AS THEY WERE IN ‘88
Went with a a friend of bill and sadly disappointed. Worse than they were in ‘88 with Aerosmith. Wish they sounded anything close to vinyl.
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