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Alice in Chains star praises Les Paul guitars
guitars have received the thumbs-up from Alice in Chains frontman William DuVall.
Speaking to Guitar Edge, DuVall stated that he owns several different versions of the classic instrument, but mainly uses a 1960 VOS Sunburst when playing gigs.
He said his owns three Les Paul Customs in different colours white, black and wine red.
Last September, Alice in Chains released their latest album, Black Gives Way to Blue, which went in at number five on the US Billboard chart.
Earlier this month, the Starpulse Entertainment website named Black Gives Way to Blue as its top album of 2009 calling the record a "monumental return to form".Posted on 29 Jan 2010 12:09 to category : Instruments News
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