Gibson releases the Custom Shop Slash 1966 EDS-1275 Doubleneck
The electric is hand-signed by the GNR guitarist, limited to 125 units!
Gibson unveiled the prototype earlier in the year, which was reproduced to be exactly like the 1966 EDS-1275 that Slash used extensively during the late '80s and '90s. All the wear and tear was copied meticulously. You want buckle rash? You got it! It even has a mark where the original had a broken headstock repaired.
Spec-wise – aside from having two necks – you've got a solid mahogany body and set neck construction. The neck has a 1966, period-authentic medium C-profile. There are split parallelogram inlays on the Indian rosewood fretboard, a Corian nut (a synthetic material from DuPont). You've got black top hat tone and volume knobs – matching the sartorial figure of the man himself – and two Custombucker Alnico III humbuckers in the neck and bridge.
Now, is this enough guitar to get your through your Stairway cover at the Duck and Duck this Saturday? At this price, we sure hope so.
Once again, these are hand-numbered and signed by Slash, really expensive at $13499
we have 3 units in stock !
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