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Slash 'open to working with different people'
Slash has admitted that he enjoys working with other musicians but does not seek specific artists out.
The Velvet Revolver electric guitar player said that he meets so many other musicians and producers that it is natural that he ends up playing with them, he told the Gibson website.
"The reason I ended up jamming with so many different people has all been sort of spontaneous and just because I'm out there," the electric guitar player said.
Slash, who is currently promoting his first solo album, went on to state that to him, the communication that is shared between him and fellow artists comes from the music that they perform together.
The Guns N' Roses electric guitar player was recently awarded with the Hard Rock Ambassador of Rock prize at the O2 Silver Clef Awards, which was handed to him by fellow guitar player Ronnie Wood of the Rolling Stones.Posted on 20 Jul 2010 16:11 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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