“It makes it a lot easier for me to write, and it also makes it a lot easier for me to get an idea down spontaneously,” the top-hatted guitar great said.
For a time, one of the most recognizable Les Paul users in the world wasn't actually playing a Gibson.
Slash, John Sykes, Mick Mars, George Lynch, and more invaded hard rock in the '80s, moving it further from its blues-rock origins.
Noel Gallagher has also been given a signature acoustic, and new additions have been made to the company's Historic and Modern lines.
Ernie Ball's 30-plus-year relationship with the Guns N' Roses guitarist has culminated in a new set of 11-48-gauge Slinky strings.
One of the stolen guitars Slash never got back was a prized Goldtop, so he named its replica after the thief who took it.
The Guns N' Roses guitarist recorded the cover as a tribute to his late friend Robert Evans, who produced the 1970 film.
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