#1
searched it and nothing came up.

So what is slashs rig? guitars,amps and effects please

cheers Aidan
#2
"Slash owns 80-90 guitars. His main live guitar is a 1987 Les Paul Standard with 3 piece top (Factory Second). It has a cracked neck in 2 places, but he had it repaired and continues to use it.

He favors Ernie Ball Slinky R.P.S gauge 11-48 strings as well as Dunlop Purple Tortex (1.14 mm) picks and Seymour Duncan APH-1 Alnico II Pro and Vintage Gibson PAF pickups. He keeps his guitars in tune with a Peterson Strobe tuner.

Some of his favorite effects boxes are:

Dunlop Rack Mounted Crybaby (controlled with an Ernie Ball volume pedal for live shows)
Rocktron Hush II CX
DBX 166 Compressor
Yamaha SPX 900 Multieffect
Boss DD-5 Delay (for solos)
MXR 10-band graphic EQ
Dunlop Heil Talkbox
Boss GE-7 (for solos)

Amplifiers
On stage, he only uses Marshall amps. Slash was the first musician to own a signature amplifier created by Marshall for him.

He used a rented vintage 1960's Marshall 1959 modified by Tim Caswell at SIR studios for the recording of Appetite for Destruction. Slash liked the amp so much he tried to keep it, telling the store that it had been stolen, but it was returned accidentally by a roadie.

For the recording of Velvet Revolver's debut, he used a Vox AC30 and small Fender tube amps (for "oddball" sounds). For the recording of Velvet Revolver's second album, he used the new Marshall Vintage Modern 2466 amp.


Signature Equipment
A number of companies have designed Slash signature equipment, hiring Slash as a consultant to design the equipment to match his own. In particular, Marshall had at one point released a short-lived Slash Signature Amplifier; while Epiphone, Gibson, and Gibson Custom have planned a Slash Signature Les Paul matching his main live guitar for release in 2008[15][16]."
#4
says in my guitar world magazine that :
Guitar: Gibson Les Paul Classic with Duncan Alcino 2 Pro Humbuckers
Effects: Boss DD-6 Delay, Boss GE-7 Equalizer, Dunlop Crybaby Classic with fasel conductor
Amp: Marshall of course, a signature madoel, JCM800, he added a vox AC30 for sonic variety

Epiphone Les Paul Standard Plus-Top, SH-2 and SH-5
Ibanez GRX20
Baron Acoustic
Peavey Valveking 112
Roland Cube 15
Dunlop Crybaby From Hell
Dunlop GCB-95 Crybaby
Boss MT-2 Metal Zone
Boss PH-3 Phase Shifter
Boss BF-3 Flanger
#5
check this.

Don't know the total accuracy but it seems good enough.

http://www.snakepit.org/equip.html
Oh no he just divided by zero again...*gets sucked into vortex*

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whoa man this is turning into the Dream Theater appreciation thread!!! If only every thread kicked this much ass!


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#8
his marshall signature was a silver jubilee copy, im pretty sure.

but really, hes said before, his tone is a les paul and cranked marshall, like so many before him.
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#9
treble low(ish) , bass around 6, and push the mids to cut through the sounds (around 8) that should be a decent EQ
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