Lovies Guitars has up for grabs this killer Gibson Custom Shop Slash EDS-1275 Double-Neck 1966 Reissue with an Aged Black Finish! Slash owns #1, you can own #2! Aged and Signed by the Man himself! This guitar is amazing! Guitar is unplayed and never out of the case except for photos, case has a couple minor marks. Amazing piece of history here. See many detailed images and specs included!
WEIGHS in at 11.65 lbs
.906” at the 1st fret
.991” at the 12th fret
.933” at the 1st fret
1.042” at the 12th fret
Serial: SLASH 2
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One of the Most Distinctive Axes in Slash’s Collection
Originally showcased during “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door” on GN’R’s Use Your Illusion tour, Slash’s black 1966 EDS-1275 is one of the most distinctive axes in his considerable collection. This limited-edition Gibson Custom Slash 1966 EDS-1275 Doubleneck is a spot-on replica of this legendary instrument. With it, you can coax natural-sounding chime and chorus from the 12-string neck, while churning out a searing solo with the 6-string neck. Gibson ’68 Custom humbuckers give this EDS-1275 Doubleneck the power, punch, and clarity of classic PAF pickups, while Authentic ’66 Medium C-shaped necks with Indian rosewood fingerboards ensure a comfortable playing experience. This EDS-1275 is the real deal — Slash has been using it onstage with Myles Kennedy & the Conspirators for a while now. Hand-signed and numbered by Slash himself, this Slash 1966 EDS-1275 Doubleneck is limited to 125 guitars built, and includes a vintage replica hardshell case, custom Slash concho guitar strap, and certificate of authenticity.
Two guitars in one — a must-have convenience onstage
With this limited-edition Slash 1966 EDS-1275 Doubleneck, you get two guitars in one. Its upper neck offers true 12-string performance — all the jangle and tone you can handle. Its lower neck is a standard Gibson 6-string, straightforward and great-sounding. Best of all, both necks can be activated at the same time, enabling you to achieve spaced-out sounds with sympathetic vibrations (amongst countless other sonic textures). According to Slash, the EDS-1275 is a must-have convenience onstage. “If you have something that needs a nice rich, chordal kind of sound, you have the 12-string,” he indicated, “and then when you have a solo break or a heavy rhythm part, you can switch over to the 6-string. It saves you from having to keep another guitar next to you on a stand that you have to reach over and play.”