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Epiphone Slash AFD Les Paul Special II Outfit

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Your Price: $349.00 CDN

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Epiphone is proud to present the new Slash AFD (Appetite for Destruction) Guitar Outfit for beginners and pros alike featuring a Slash-designed Les Paul Special II in classic Appetite Amber finish with premium gigbag plus custom Slash signature picks and free online lessons from eMedia.

Slash is one of Epiphones premier signature artists and a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for his iconic guitar solos in Guns N Roses. Slash is the ultimate Les Paul player. And like Epiphone, Slash is on a mission to make affordable professional instruments available to everyone throughout the world. Now, the Slash AFD Les Paul Guitar Outfit puts Slashs classic tone in the hands of new players and pros alike.

And of course like all Epiphone instruments regardless of price, Slashs AFD Les Paul Special-II Guitar Outfit comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty and Gibsons famous 24/7/365 customer service.

You cant get more rock and roll than Slash and now the man himself has made it possible to fulfill your own Appetite for Destruction wherever you are. Visit your Authorized Epiphone Dealer today and take home a bit of rock history with the Slash AFD Les Paul Special-II Guitar Outfit.

Appetite for Rock!
Slash himself helped design the Slash AFD Les Paul Special-II with an Appetite Amber finish, inspired by Slashs own custom Les Paul. The AAA flame Maple Veneer top has single layer Ivory binding while the back, sides, and neck are finished in beautiful dark Cherry just like Slashs original. Both the body and bolt-on neck are made from Mahogany, like all classic Les Pauls. The Rosewood fingerboard has dot acrylic inlays and the headstock features Slashs Snakepit logo in gold silk print along with the iconic Epiphone script logo in silver. The truss rod cover has the familiar bell shape with Les Paul Special-II in white. The die-cast machine heads (tuners) have a 14:1 ratio for quick and easy spot-on tuning.

Classic Zebra Coil Pickups
The roar of Slashs AFD Les Paul Special-II comes from Epiphones new Ceramic Plus Zebra Coil humbucker pickups modeled after the famous (and ultra rare) zebra (black and white) pickups found on late 50s Les Paul Standards, the most sought after vintage guitar on the market. The humbuckers are powered by Volume, Tone, and Toggle controls with Gold TopHat knobs with metal inserts. But unlike vintage models, the Slash AFD Les Paul also comes with a built-in Shadow E-Tuner built into the bridge pickup mounting ring. The tuner is powered by one #2032 Lithium long-lasting battery, easily accessed from a compartment on the back of the guitar.

Premium Epiphone hardware
The Slash AFD Les Paul Special-II features Epiphones premium all-metal hardware including a legendary Tune-o-Matic bridge and Stopbar tailpiece and strap buttons.

Premium Gigbag, eMedia Online Lessons and More!
The Slash AFD Les Paul Special-II Guitar Outfit also includes a premium gigbag with Slashs Snakepit logo in white, 3 Dunlop Tortex Slash signature picks in three colors (white, black and purple), guitar strap, an Epiphone standard guitar cable, and for new players, free online lessons from eMedia.

PRODUCT FEATURES

• Appetite Amber finish
• Free eMedia lessons
• Epiphone Ceramic Plus Zebra-coil humbuckers

SPECIFICATIONS

• GUITAR: Slash "AFD" Les Paul Special-II
• Top Color: Appetite Amber
• Back, Sides & Neck Color: Cherry
• Top Material: AAA Flame Maple Veneer
• Body Material: Mahogany
• Neck Material: Mahogany
• Fingerboard Mat'l: Rosewood
• Fingerboard Inlays: Dots; Acrylic
• Neck Joint: Bolt-on; 4 screw
• Headstock Logo: "Epiphone"; Silver Silk-Print
• Slash "Snakepit" logo; Gold Silk-Print
• Binding: Body Top - Single Layer; Ivory
• Truss Rod Cover: 2-Layer; Bell-shapped
• "Les Paul Special-II"; White Silk-Print
• Nut: Artificial Bone; Ivory color
• Bridge Pickup: Epiphone Ceramic Plus; Zebra-coil
• Neck Pickup: Epiphone Ceramic Plus; Zebra-coil
• Controls: Volume, Tone, Toggle
• Tuner: Built-In Shadow E-Tuner on Bridge pickup mounting ring
• Battery: One #2032 Lithium; Easy Access compartment on back cavity cover.
• Knobs: Gold Top Hats with metal inserts
• Machine Heads: 14:1 ratio; Covered
• Output Jack: 1/4"
• Hardware: Chrome
• Bridge: Tune-o-Matic
• Tailpiece: Stopbar
• Tuners: Die-Cast; Covered
• Strap Buttons: Yes

ACCESSORIES

• Gigbag: Premium with Slash "Snakepit" logo in white
• Strap: Yes
• Cable: Yes
• Picks: Dunlop Tortex Slash signature picks; 3 (white, black and purple)
• Instruction: Free On-Line from eMedia; Multi-Language

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Closest StoreCalgary East, Alberta
I used to play guitar many years ago. Self taught - used song books for lyrics to my own music as I couldn't read music. Had a very cheap guitar with high action (took awhile for my fingers to stop hurting) but I loved it. Played in the basement bathroom of our house. It was huge and I had a blast. Dabbled with bass guitar and keyboards over the years. Had the most fun with bass as my friends were all way better guitar players than I was, but I had no problem laying down bass lines for our jam sessions, that were blues/rock. Now I want to get back into playing. I have the time. I have the means. I want to be able to really play. There are many ways to learn compared to before. Originally I was going to get a Gibson Les Paul and Marshall stack. After calming down, I decided I should just start out with something inexpensive and upgrade later. The choices available now are way better than before. Inexpensive guitars are made way better and small amplifiers - no comparison. So, after my way of researching things to death, in my area the Epiphone Slash AFD package was a great value (though I almost bought a new 2014 Les Paul Traditional Pro for $500). Didn't need to pick up anything else. Some of the accessories aren't great, but it's all there. I wanted a natural finish look so the AFD worked. Other packages will suit other people. So far, the quality of the guitar itself is amazing for the price point - it seems hands above the standard special plus II that the AFD seems to be based on. I purchased the guitar only and mated it with a Blackstar ID Core 10 - more than enough for my current needs. I did come across a 1 1/2 hour video of someone doing a fret job on this guitar, among numerous examples of it being played. The guitar has potential to say the least. Setup is primary on any guitar one wants to get comfortable with. I might upgrade the nut, the tuners (Grover) and some type of strap lock. Possibly a gold plated input jack. Pots and toggle switch only if needed. Pickups will stay. There is more than enough tonal setting to be reached using the multiple settings available between the guitar and the amp, for now. I'm glad I bought it. I can't wait to get better........
Posted by Garry on Feb 2, 2017
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Closest StoreWinnipeg (Wall St.), Manitoba
I own the Zakk Wylde Bullseye Les Paul and have to say the Slash AFD feels and sounds great and is a lot lighter. Great guitar for the price and sound. As a 15 year old I have an SG, B.C Rich Warlock, Jackson flying V and Ibanez gig. Each has its own sound but the Les Paul AFD is one of my favs!
Posted by Rain on Oct 24, 2015
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