2010 Gibson Custom Shop SLASH #5 AFD Les Paul MURPHY AGED SIGNED Appetite For Destruction
2010 Gibson Custom Shop Aged/Signed #5 Slash AFD Les Paul! These almost never come up for sale and this may be one of the best examples known. It's a...
2010 Gibson Custom Shop Aged/Signed #5 Slash AFD Les Paul!
These almost never come up for sale and this may be one of the best examples known. It's a 2010 Gibson Slash Aged/Signed Appetite for Destruction! Low serial number, super lightweight (8.1 lbs), unplayed, great top, and comes with everything including original sales receipt and sales literature! This one is #5 of 100. The guitar is all original and collector-grade. Beautiful top on this one. Comes with the original case, COA, original receipt and paperwork as shown. The 2008 plaintop model comes up for sale often but the AFD signed model almost NEVER comes up for sale. The latest Slash model 1958 burst and Brazilian Dream are guitars that are not famous Slash guitars in my opinion. The AFD Les Paul is a famous slash guitar and one of the most sought after signature models that has ever been made. Please check our website for many more photos.
The Guitar That Saved Rock N’ Roll
The Custom Shop Slash “Appetite for Destruction” Les Paul is crafted in the image of an original 1958-1959-1960 Les Paul Standard, and available in strictly limited numbers, with 100 guitars hand-aged and signed by Slash himself, and another 300 finished with the Custom Shop’s VOS process. All examples carry a uniquely figured maple top with nitrocellulose Butterscotch finish, amber top-hat knobs, rosewood fingerboard with traditional trapezoid inlays, and packs the added punch of “zebra-coil” Seymour Duncan Signature Series Alnico II Pro Slash humbucking pickups, at the artist’s request.
Topped off with aged-nickel Tune-o-matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece and a precision-PLEK cut bone nut, the Custom Shop Slash “Appetite for Destruction” Les Paul sings and sustains like few guitars on the planet. Playability, naturally, is flawless, thanks to a solid one-piece Grade A mahogany neck with Slash's preferred slim ’60s profile, and the 12" fingerboard radius and 22 medium frets that have made Les Pauls notorious for big, meaty rock bends for more than 50 years. All Custom Shop Slash “Appetite for Destruction” Les Pauls come with a lined hardshell case with silkscreened Slash signature, a Certificate of Authenticity, warranty card.
The Custom Shop Slash “Appetite ” Les Paul is crafted from a uniquely figured maple top and solid one-piece lightweight mahogany body. It is sprayed with nitrocellulose lacquer in a Butterscotch finish that replicates a beautifully faded vintage Les Paul Standard. The maple-mahogany combination and thin nitro finish help to bring the most out of these guitars, both tonally and visually.
The guitars neck and headstock are made in the classic tradition of the original 1958-’60 Les Pauls. Carved from a single piece of mahogany, and topped with a rosewood fingerboard, the design incorporates Gibson’s lauded 17-degree back-angled headstock, which contributes greatly to the instrument’s resonance and sustain.
To Slash's own specifications, the Custom Shop Slash “Appetite for Destruction” Les Paul carries a set of “zebra-coil” Seymour Duncan Signature Series Alnico II Pro Slash humbucking pickups, which are made in the image of the original Gibson PAF humbucking pickups. From a rich, throaty wail at the neck position to a muscular, eviscerating roar at the bridge, these pickups offer all the tonal versatility that has made the Les Paul Standard famous. Their full splendor is transmitted via a Switchcraft selector switch, high-quality potentiometers with Sprague capacitors, and a robust Switchcraft output jack.
In the image of the great Les Paul Standards of the 1958-’60 the Custom Shop Slash “Appetite” Les Paul wears a classic set of aged nickel-plated hardware. A Tune-o-matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece offer uncompromising resonant coupling between strings and body, while a set of vintage style tuners combine an authentic vintage look with efficient modern performance. (The hardware on 100 guitars is hand aged, while hardware on another 300 is aged in the VOS process.)