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Slash used one guitar 'for most of new album'
Writing on his MySpace blog, the former Guns N' Roses musician stated that he will give a full rundown of what equipment he utilised as soon as his new LP is out, but gave a few clues as to what his fans can expect.
"I plan on posting what gear was used on what songs - although most of it was done with one guitar and two amps," he remarked, adding that there were "a lot of interesting mike set-ups".
Slash is most commonly associated with the Gibson Les Paul, but he has experimented with a range of music gear through his career, including a BC Rich Mockingbird, a Fender Stratocaster and a Gibson Flying V.
He has also been known to use a range of amplifiers, utilising a Vox AC30 alongside Fender tube amps when recording Velvet Revolver's debut album Contraband in 2004.Posted on 1 Jun 2009 10:40 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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