Fernando Lebeis, Manager of Guns N’ Roses Teases Fan on Social Media!
Fernando Lebeis who manages Guns N’ Roses posted on Facebook that they have only “scratched the surface” with Guns N’ Roses, which basically points to the fact that the band is far from over. Check out his post below!
Guns N’ Roses To Play Mexico City Next Year!
Guns N’ Roses will be headlining a festival in Mexico City next year in the middle of March. This will mark the 80th time the band has played Mexico since 2016. Check out Duff “Punk Rock” McKagan’s post announcing the date below!
San Diego 1992 Pro-Shot Snippet Surfaces Online!
A Newstation from San Diego posted some retro footage from their archives including a story about a January 1992 San Diego show that Guns N’ Roses played. Check it out here (you have to sit through a few ads).
Matt Sorum Announces New Supergroup
Former Guns N’ Roses drummer Matt Sorum announced on social media that his supergroup project with ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons, The BFG Three, will be playing a special benefit show next month.
The group features Sorum, Gibbons and Mike Flanigin and they will be taking the stage at Norwood Space Center in Norwood, MA on December 13th.
The special show will benefit the non-profit group Music Drives Us, which is billed as New England’s Leading Music Foundation. See Sorum’s announcement below!
Paoletti and Guns N’ Roses’ Richard Fortus announce the 4Tus Leather Hot Baby Junior,
Italian builder Paoletti Guitars has announced a new product titled 4Tus Leather Hot Baby Junior, the company’s second electric guitar collaboration with Guns N’ Roses’ Richard Fortus.
The new guitar features a body made of chestnut wood reclaimed from 130 to 150-year-old wine barrels -which according to company founder Fabrizio Paoletti.
“Chestnut is alive – it breathes,” he told Guitar Player. “It’s a wood that brings a high number of harmonics, which I think is something that is very important, and it is also the king of sustain. There is a focus on middle-bass frequencies, but the tone is also malleable, depending on the other woods used in the guitar.”
The single-cut model features a roasted Canadian maple neck, an aged nickel pickguard, a white croc pattern Italian leather top and a 4tus logo laser-engraved on the headstock.
The handmade pickups with custom electronics were personally designed by Richard fortus guitarist, who explains, “the reverse angle on the tele bridge pickup gives the low end more attack and clarity where the top strings are warmer.”
For more information on the 4Tus Hot Baby Junior, visit Paoletti Guitars