Former Guns N’ Roses guitarist Gilby Clarke, who replaced Izzy Stradlin in 1991 and stayed in the band until 1994, talked about working with Slash during his GN’R tenure, telling LA Weekly during a recent interview:
“Slash and I seemed to play well together. The only thing I found odd was that we were both Les Paul, Marshall guys. Sometimes when we would hit a big-money chord onstage, I couldn’t tell who did it.
“When I switched to Vox AC30 amps, I think it helped me define my sound within the band. We carried that on to Slash’s Snakepit and my solo record following the GN’R tour.
“Years later, in the YouTube era, I found our ‘Wild Horses‘ solo bit from the  ‘Live in Tokyo’ videos. I think that says it all of how we played together. I don’t remember ever rehearsing that. I’m pretty sure we went out one night and just jammed it.”