Slash les paul

Explore the iconic Slash Les Paul guitars and unleash your inner rockstar. Find the perfect instrument to bring your music to life and create unforgettable performances.
Slash has been a devoted Les Paul player ever since, throughout his years with Guns N’ Roses and later with Slash’s Snakepit and Velvet Revolver. He has taken a number of Gibson Signature models on the road, and owned and recorded with near-priceless vintage late ’50s ’Bursts. To honor his achievements on the instrument, Gibson’s Custom Shop introduces the Slash “Appetite for Destruction” Les Paul, a guitar made in the image of the axe that launched a thousand riffs. Vintage Guitars, Gibson Guitar, Gibson Guitars, Famous Guitars, Guitar Collection, Rock Guitar, Guitar Posters, Music Guitar, Gibson Les Paul Slash

Slash has been a devoted Les Paul player ever since, throughout his years with Guns N’ Roses and later with Slash’s Snakepit and Velvet Revolver. He has taken a number of Gibson Signature models on the road, and owned and recorded with near-priceless vintage late ’50s ’Bursts. To honor his achievements on the instrument, Gibson’s Custom Shop introduces the Slash “Appetite for Destruction” Les Paul, a guitar made in the image of the axe that launched a thousand riffs.

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Róbert Simon
Gibson Slash "Victoria" Les Paul Standard Goldtop Gold

Gibson Slash "Victoria" Les Paul Standard Goldtop Gold

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As the musician who brought the sunburst Les Paul back into fashion, Slash’s collection is obviously a benchmark for that model. All of his were hand selected for their sound. Among them, his preferred instrument for studio recordings has always been a 1958 Standard, too precious to be taken on tour. In fact, until recently, Slash didn’t even know how valuable 8 3096 (the serial number) was. He thought he simply had a vintage sunburst—a treasure in itself—but it turns out that this…

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Terry Franklin