Never one to promote certainty, the members of Guns N' Roses have once again left fans wondering if a full reunion is likely or even possible when they're inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in April. Slash doesn't deny Dizzy Reed's claim that the band is getting back together for one night in Cleveland, but he hardly confirms it.

"I know that there's a lot of rumor about it, as always when it comes to GNR, out there on the Internet and stuff, but as it stands right this second, I have no idea what's going on," the guitarist said in an interview with Mike Jones of Washington D.C. rock radio station DC101.

The band is being recognized on April 14, and Reed got longtime fans excited last week by saying the entire original band -- including Axl Rose, Izzy Stradlin, Duff McKagan, Steven Adler and Slash -- would be present. Reed, Matt Sorum and Gilby Clarke joined later.

“I know that all the original band is going to be there, I don’t know exactly what’s going to go down,” Reed told Billboard. “It’s one of those things I’m sure will all come together and be really cool. I’m just going to go in with a good attitude and a clear head and a grateful heart.”

Slash's deflection of the question is a step up from his angry denial in December. The guitarist did say that he was honored to be included in this class, which includes Donovan, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, the Beastie Boys and others. "It was very flattering to get that initial phone call to say we were nominated," he said adding that finding out the band was being inducted was a cherry on an already delicious sundae.

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