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Best of Guns N' Roses For Bass

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Electric Bass
Arranger Guns N' Roses
Artist Guns N Roses/Monk
Publisher Cherry Lane Music Co Inc
Series Bass
Catalog # 02500504

Price: $14.95

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Best of Guns N' Roses For Bass Arranged by Guns N' Roses. Performed by Guns N Roses/Monk. For Electric Bass. Published by Cherry Lane Music Co Inc. (Catalog # 02500504, UPC: 073999784442)

An essential collection for every bass player who wants the low-down on GN'R, this songbook features an interview with Gunner bassist Duff McKagen and note-for-note transcriptions with tab for 14 of the band's biggest hits: Bad Apples • Dead Horse • Don't Cry • Locomotive • My Michelle • Nightrain • November Rain • Paradise City • Pretty Tied up (The Perils of Rock N' Roll Decadence) • Sweet Child O' Mine • Used to Love Her • Welcome to the Jungle • Yesterdays • You Could Be Mine.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
DON'T CRY GUNS N ROSES LOESSER/ROSE/STRADLI  
LOCOMOTIVE GUNS N ROSES/MONK SLASH/ROSE/MONK  
MY MICHELLE GUNS N ROSES MCKAGEN/STRADLIN/SLA  
NIGHTRAIN GUNS N ROSES ROSE/SLASH/STRADLIN/  
NOVEMBER RAIN GUNS N ROSES ROSE,W. AXL  
PARADISE CITY GUNS N ROSES MCKAGEN/STRADLIN/SLA  
SWEET CHILD O' MINE GUNS N ROSES MCKAGEN/STRADLIN'/SL  
USED TO LOVE HER GUNS N ROSES MCKAGGEN/STRADLIN/SL  
WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE GUNS N ROSES MCKAGEN/STRADLIN'/SL  
YESTERDAYS GUNS N ROSES MCCLOUD/JAMES/HARBAC  
YOU COULD BE MINE GUNS N ROSES STRADLIN/ROSE  
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