The guitarist also known for his stint with Velvet Revolver, told Sunday's New York Post his self-titled album, which drops Tuesday, was "inspired by great singers I wanted to work with."
"The one cool thing that did come out of this was that it gave me a whole new respect for singers, and changed my attitude toward them given the last couple of guys that I've worked with," he told the newspaper. "These people were all amazingly gracious and professional."
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