Use Your Illusion - Personnel - Guns N' Roses

Guns N' Roses

  • W. Axl Rose - lead vocals, piano, choir and synthesizer programming on "November Rain", acoustic guitar on "Dead Horse"
  • Slash - lead guitar, acoustic and slide guitar on "The Garden", dobro on "You Ain't The First", acoustic guitar on "Civil War"
  • Izzy Stradlin - rhythm guitar, backing vocals, acoustic guitar on "You Ain't The First", lead vocals on "You Ain't the First" and "14 Years"
  • Duff McKagan - bass guitar, backing vocals, acoustic guitar on "You Ain't The First", percussion
  • Matt Sorum - drums, backing vocals, choir on "November Rain"
  • Dizzy Reed - keyboards, piano, organ on "Yesterdays", backing vocals

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