Slash Signature equipment

Gibson Les Paul
"I had always thought Les Pauls were just cool-looking. I was automatically drawn to that style, and all my favorite guitar players played Les Pauls." (Slash)


Marshall AFD100
"Over the years, there have been a lot of people out there trying to replicate this amp, so we gathered all the information and put it out as the Marshall AFD100." (Slash)


Marshall JCM 2555
"On the Marshall Jubilee Series amps that Slash uses, those heads have a lead master and another gain stage. So, we have the gain all the way up and the master volume at like 6 or 7." (Adam Day)


Marshall SL5
"This combo is something you can take anywhere and it works. It's not like a lot of amps that sacrifice a lot of sound just to be small." (Slash)


Cry Baby SW95
"This wah pedal has been a dream of mine for years. Combining a distortion cuircuit with a classic Cry Baby delivers more sustain and clarity without coloring my wah tone." (Slash)


Cry Baby SC95
"Dunlop has made a new version of the pedal that doesn't have the preamp in it and that's what I was using." (Slash)


MXR Octave Fuzz
"When I step on the Octave Fuzz, I want to hear a searing, melodic buzz saw. And that's what you get when you combine the fuzz with the sub octave voice and the high octave fuzz voice." (Slash)


AmpliTube Slash
"Apocalyptic Love was entirely written while we were on tour. By using my iPhone along with IK's AmpliTube and iRig I was able to capture whatever ideas I had swimming in my head." (Slash)

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Reunion Tour
We all were pretty positive that that would never happen, so it's still sort of blowing our minds. (Slash)
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