Slash's effects
"The signal comes back to me here in the pedal board. I do all the pedal switching and I take care of everything besides the wah." (Ace Bergman)

Even if his rack contains many elements, we can not say that Slash is an effect guitar player. He mainly uses his amp reverb, a slight delay, produced by a Boss DD-5 and a graphic equalizer Boss GE-7 to boost his solos. For some parts, he also makes use of a Cry Baby wah pedal ("Mr. Brownstone", "Civil War", "Be The Ball", "Shine", "By The Sword", "Apocalyptic Love") or a Dunlop talk box ("Anything Goes", "Dust And Bones", "Lower", "Get Out The Door", "Watch This", "Carolina"). With Velvet Revolver, Slash has somewhat expanded his range of effects, since he's been playing with the band he sometimes uses an octave Boss OC-2 and a Fernandes sustainer. In 2006, Dunlop released a Slash Signature model: the Cry Baby SW95, a wah pedal equipped with a three-band EQ and a distortion boost.

Cry Baby wah & Heil talkbox

Slash's Cry Baby effects
1. Dunlop Cry Baby DCR-2SR Rack Module | 2. Dunlop Cry Baby 535Q | 3. Dunlop Cry Baby SW95 Slash
Slash's Talkbox effects
1. Dunlop Heil HT1 Talkbox | 2. Whirlwind Selector A/B Box

Boss effects

Slash's Boss effects
1. Boss DD-3 Digital Delay | 2. Boss OC-3 Super Octave | 3. Boss GE-7 Equalizer

MXR effects

Slash's MXR effects
1. MXR M108 10-Band Graphic EQ | 2. MXR M134 Stereo Chorus
Slash's MXR effects
1. MXR M104 Distortion+ | 2. MXR M101 Phase 90 | 3. MXR M103 Blue Box
Slash's MXR effects
1. MXR MC401 Boost/Line Driver | 2. MXR Cry Baby KFK Q Zone | 3. MXR M135 Smart Gate
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