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Epiphone Slash Appetite Les Paul Standard
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LP-Shaped Guitar from Epiphone belonging to the Les Paul Special Run series.

Public price: $1,525 incl. VAT
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  • A great LP, what class!

    Epiphone Slash Appetite Les Paul StandardPublished on 04/11/13 at 10:41
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is a "made in China" but we'll see on this one, they made strong.
    Regarding features, everything is found in a Les Paul, and for my part, do not worry with acute, very nice handle, weight, and everything that is the charm of an LP.
    A volume knob and a tone knob for each pickup.
    Here, 10/10 without hesitation, because it takes a LP knowingly, not to complain after the difficulty of playing in the treble or weight.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice, the paint will not stick. Not too big, we immediately took to the game as well as rhythmic solos.
    And then request access to acute admittedly a bit more effort than a SG or a Stratocaster, but it is far from insurmountable.......
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    This is a "made in China" but we'll see on this one, they made strong.
    Regarding features, everything is found in a Les Paul, and for my part, do not worry with acute, very nice handle, weight, and everything that is the charm of an LP.
    A volume knob and a tone knob for each pickup.
    Here, 10/10 without hesitation, because it takes a LP knowingly, not to complain after the difficulty of playing in the treble or weight.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice, the paint will not stick. Not too big, we immediately took to the game as well as rhythmic solos.
    And then request access to acute admittedly a bit more effort than a SG or a Stratocaster, but it is far from insurmountable. Mainly a matter of habit.
    Regarding the sound. Already, we obtain a very good vacuum resonance, so that you can have fun with without necessarily connect.
    On an amp now, and the little amp is also your height, and what is divine.
    Remember that this LP is originally equipped with Seymour Duncan Alnico Pro of II. So I do not based on the fact that it is the pickups 'Slash' but that these mics are both powerful and hot.
    And it is not necessarily that big sound for. Linger on a little blues, a good move on AC / DC and then on the big saturation every time you give so much pleasure.
    I play on a RIVERA and an old Marshall JCM 900, plugged directly into the amp or a pedal, and although each time, this guitar argued his personality.
    I do not want to upset the pure Gibsonniens here but quite frankly, it is well above input ranges from Gibson.
    Would that the quality of the violin that appears here, order of finish, because mine is perfect in every way. I'm looking in all the corners, I do not see any default, including at the frets (I could make a setting with relatively low action and it does not plank at all).
    All this to say that we actually get a very good sound. But I repeat, the amp is usually the part of things and this is true for all guitars.
    Many sustain, but also is a guitar that can play very easily to volume knob, both electronic and above quality microphones are quality.
    Here also, I put 10 because, besides the fact that this guitar is very comfortable to play, it was more an instrument well finished, and especially can not remain indifferent to the general aesthetic (table AAA level still !).

    SOUNDS

    I generally like all kinds of music, but everything is electric blues, hard rock, and everything is well paced to say.
    With this guitar is powerful on the micro bridge and neck pickup is divine. And if we add all opportunities and more when you play with the tone controls, it makes a wide range of sounds. But every time it rings, it does not bleed, always clean.
    When I said that the guitar sounds very empty without amp, it feels like when you plug the guitar, because it delivers a good dose of aggression when it requests it.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I recently started using. I started playing guitar in the 80s. And among others, I've always loved Epiphone LP 90s. They do not cheat, that sounds good right now.
    I must say that the AFD Slash (2010), has all my esteem, and when I say that, it comes from the heart. What personality!
    While this is true, you take an old Epiphone LP and you ride him and two Seymour Duncan is already a treat.
    But having already made all like that, plus the style and finish this. And again, this is not being a 'Slash'. It is a great instrument.
    I would put 10/10 everywhere without any hesitation.
    If you have the chance of getting this "Slash AFD 2010" for sale, go for it.
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  • Epiphone Slash Appetite Les Paul StandardPublished on 11/23/12 at 10:29
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    Les Paul Slash Signature by Epiphone (made in china)
    Mahogany body, maple AAA flamed table (from?)
    Mahogany neck profile Slash (hum. ...) rosewood fingerboard 22 frets (from?)
    Duncan Slash Micro APH2 zebra
    Mechanical vintage tulip
    Easel LockTone tune-o-matic, stopbar tailpiece LockTone
    2 volume 2 tone + 3 position toggle switch
    poor finish and very thick varnish, all that cheap

    UTILIZATION

    varnish is hanging blah, the handle is not a profile model Gibson Slash try you will quickly realize by yourself
    The string action is too high, after an adjustment it borders great .... therefore must leave the action with high planimetry or provide it starts well ...

    SOUNDS

    it......
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    Les Paul Slash Signature by Epiphone (made in china)
    Mahogany body, maple AAA flamed table (from?)
    Mahogany neck profile Slash (hum. ...) rosewood fingerboard 22 frets (from?)
    Duncan Slash Micro APH2 zebra
    Mechanical vintage tulip
    Easel LockTone tune-o-matic, stopbar tailpiece LockTone
    2 volume 2 tone + 3 position toggle switch
    poor finish and very thick varnish, all that cheap

    UTILIZATION

    varnish is hanging blah, the handle is not a profile model Gibson Slash try you will quickly realize by yourself
    The string action is too high, after an adjustment it borders great .... therefore must leave the action with high planimetry or provide it starts well ...

    SOUNDS

    it lacks body as if she could send and spit but limited by ... lutherie simply mics I know the problem does not come from there, though on paper it might sound good, but once connected it's really the cat, it sounds very loud with no reserved shy character the opposite Slash sound ... this is very rough it lacks definition and projection ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    Slash signature is purely marketing is key for beginners with a more accessible after to start or as a toy is not bad after this instrument as no ... I gave this guitar to my daughter it made her arms above at least it does not touch my guitars ... phew despite its beginner level she prefers Slash true that I have also found that it sounds better on the other hand it is normal that the toy is what Dad and Dad playing well right?! ! but then do not touch except my death LOL
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  • AWESOME!

    Epiphone Slash Appetite Les Paul StandardPublished on 12/19/10 at 02:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Model: Ltd Ed Slash "Appetite" Les Paul Standard Outfit

    Color: Appetite Amber (AA)
    Body: Mahogany Full
    Top: Carved Maple Hard Cap With Flame AAA-Grade Veneer
    Neck: Mahogany
    Profile handle: "Slash-Profile ™", gloss finish
    Join Neck: Glued, Long Neck Tenon
    Fingerboard: Rosewood
    Radius Fingerboard: 12 "
    No. Frets: 22 Medium Jumbo
    Scale Length: 24-3/4 "
    Nut Width: 1-11/16 "
    Neck pickup: Seymour Duncan Slash Alnico Pro-II-N
    Micro Bridge: Seymour Duncan Slash Alnico Pro-II-B
    Bridge: Lockton ™ Tune-o-matic
    Cordier: Lockton ™ stopbar
    Controls: 2-Volume, 2 Tone, 1-Three Way Toggle
    Circuit Eq. : Sprague "Orange Drop" capacitors
    Tuners: 14:1 ratio Vintage, "Tulip" buttons
    ......
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    Model: Ltd Ed Slash "Appetite" Les Paul Standard Outfit

    Color: Appetite Amber (AA)
    Body: Mahogany Full
    Top: Carved Maple Hard Cap With Flame AAA-Grade Veneer
    Neck: Mahogany
    Profile handle: "Slash-Profile ™", gloss finish
    Join Neck: Glued, Long Neck Tenon
    Fingerboard: Rosewood
    Radius Fingerboard: 12 "
    No. Frets: 22 Medium Jumbo
    Scale Length: 24-3/4 "
    Nut Width: 1-11/16 "
    Neck pickup: Seymour Duncan Slash Alnico Pro-II-N
    Micro Bridge: Seymour Duncan Slash Alnico Pro-II-B
    Bridge: Lockton ™ Tune-o-matic
    Cordier: Lockton ™ stopbar
    Controls: 2-Volume, 2 Tone, 1-Three Way Toggle
    Circuit Eq. : Sprague "Orange Drop" capacitors
    Tuners: 14:1 ratio Vintage, "Tulip" buttons
    Hardware: Nickel
    Thread: Body and neck
    Included: numbered certificate of authenticity, hand-signed by Slash - Leather cases for the presentation of the certificate - Hard Cases "Slash" Custom-Made - 12 Slash picks


    UTILIZATION

    The handle is it nice?
    very nice, it is a les paul, so acute are difficult to access (but it was known already ^ ^)

    Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)
    very slight for a les paul!

    Do we get easily a good sound ...?
    yes the pickups are amazing!

    For the "physical", it is magnificent!

    SOUNDS

    They suitable for your style of music?
    yes, I play the slash, AC is great!

    With what (s) amplifier (s) or effect (s) do you play?
    an iv line 6 spider 75 and a crybaby.

    What kind of sound you get and with what settings?
    I makes me clean - perfect, in overdrive - perfect, what do you want? "

    What are the sounds you prefer, you hate?
    and many hard rock / heavy metal it gives, it is, I think, made for the distortion.
    in clean with a little overdrive and a wah is EXCELLENT!

    OVERALL OPINION

    For how long have you been using it?
    3 months

    What thing do you like most/least about it?
    well it is beautiful, cherry red on the back, flamed top "amber appetite" for the table, the slash logo on the head.

    Did you try many other models before getting this one?
    LOTS yes, but as it is a limited edition, I just jumped at it without really thinking ... But I did well!

    What is your opinion about the value for the price?
    Very good, better than a lot (too much) gibson studio who had almost twice the price, well I'm exaggerating a bit but basically that's it!

    Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?
    yes, his eyes closed!
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  • Welcome to the "very good Les Paul"

    Epiphone Slash Appetite Les Paul StandardPublished on 01/21/11 at 00:55
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    see previous review

    UTILIZATION

    see previous opinion

    SOUNDS

    see previous opinion +
    use knobs really works! See concerts Guns, Slash has no effects pedal (except Wha-Wha), it switches the sound clean / distortion by changing pickups neck / bridge adjustments via knobs different.
    Example in concert at the Ritz in 88:

    it uses one of his Les Paul Replica (live appetite).

    OVERALL OPINION

    The negative point for me:
    Straplock screwed over, it is not treated for the Custom Shop ...
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