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Gibson Reveal Slash 'Rosso Corsa' Signature Les Paul
Very limited edition, there have only been 2000 Slash Rosso Corsa Les Paul's created worldwide.
Regarded as one of the greatest guitarists of all time, Slash's previous signature models have been extremely popular, don't expect this one to hang around for too long, either.
The new model will feature a mahogany body with flame maple top and a mahogany neck with dimensions created according to Slash's specifications.
The racing red, transparent finish is complimented by a Slash skull with tophat silk screen artwork, and includes a hardshell case.
By Jonathan Meager
Posted on 23 Jul 2013 13:16 to category : Instruments News
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