(Topic ID: 127202)

Bitter Dispute Over the Guns N' Roses Pinball Machine

By pinballeric

5 years ago

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  • Latest reply 5 years ago by jwilson
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#2 5 years ago

Neat! Thanks for posting that.

#3 5 years ago

Very Cool

#4 5 years ago

Thanks for this. Duff's the real deal, and as gracious as they come anytime you run into him.

If you've never had a chance to see him play live, make it a priority. Looking forward to catching him again Saturday night with Matt and Kings of Chaos at Foxwoods.

An old John Borg interview with some GNR pin info here: http://gameroomblog.com/features/the-making-of-the-guns-and-roses-pinball-machine

#5 5 years ago

Gilby must be past all of this as well ..... Performing with Guns @ the Rock N Roll HOF induction when he wasn't included shows some real class IMO ....

#6 5 years ago

"The kids who were good at pinball got laid more"


#7 5 years ago

is licensing different for Pinball? ive always been curious about this ... I mean how can Back to the Future images be all over lunch boxes, T-Shirts , Toys and Burger King cups yet Michael J Fox can object to his face on a pinball machine? Same thing with Gilby Clark .... once you become a band member of something as big as GNR was at that time do you really get a choice on the matter?

#8 5 years ago

Normal merch like lunchpails would be part of the original contract, while something like a pinball machine is negotiated later.

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