Slash's accessories
"As far as the tension is concerned, I like it to be heavy, so I use heavy strings. I keep the pickups as close to the strings as possible, but the strings don't hit the magnets, since I play pretty hard." (Slash)

Pickups
"Alnico 2 Pro are medium to low output pickups. So, they're really gruff instead of being way high output which gives you that sort of obvious heavy metal kind of thing." (Slash)

Almost all of Slash Les Paul are equipped with Seymour Duncan Alnico 2 Pro pickups.
Slash's Seymour Duncan Alnico 2 pickups
Seymour Duncan Alnico 2 Pro pickups
Slash's Seymour Duncan Alnico 2 pickups
Seymour Duncan Alnico 2 Pro Slash Signature pickups

Strings
"Ernie Ball strings consistently sound great. They don't oxidize too fast, and they don't break. They're tremendously reliable. Once I find something that works, I stick with it." (Slash)

Slash mainly uses Ernie Ball Power Slinky RPS 11-48 strings.
Slash's Ernie Ball strings
Ernie Ball Power Slinky RPS 11-48 strings

Picks
"I'm real simpleminded about that. I use the heaviest picks I can find for everything. I don't believe in switching picks like people switch guitars." (Slash)

Slash guitar picks are made from Dunlop Purple Tortex 1.14 mm.
Slash's Dunlop Tortex picks
Dunlop Tortex picks

Cables
"A lot of times, a high gain amp can be a big antenna for noise. With Monster, that's never been a problem because the shielding is so good." (Adam Day)

Slash's Monster Studio Pro 1000 cables
Monster Studio Pro 1000 cables

Straps
"It's not so much about how good a player you are, it's how cool you are." (Slash)

Red Monkey Slasher straps
Red Monkey Slasher straps
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