Slash and Epiphone release acoustic and electric guitar collection

Epiphone has released the Epiphone Slash Collection, a selection of acoustic and electric guitars which follows on from last years Gibson collection.

“I’m really proud to present this great lineup of excellent quality, signature Epiphone guitars,” says Slash. “They sound and look fantastic. It’s all I could ask for.”

The collection consists of the Epiphone Slash Les Paul™ Standard finished in Appetite Burst, November Burst, Anaconda Burst and Vermillion Burst, the Slash “Victoria” Les Paul Standard Goldtop in Gold, and on the acoustic front, the Epiphone Slash J-45 in Vermillion Burst and November Burst.

Each guitar features Slash’s “Skully” signature drawing on the back of the headstock, Slash’s signature on the truss rod cover, and a custom hardshell case with Slash’s “Skully” logo.

Photo of Slash and his Epiphone Guitar Collection

“We are in a very exciting journey with Slash, and today we are announcing the amplification of our collaboration with the launch of the Epiphone Slash Collection,” says Cesar Gueikian, Brand President, Gibson Brands.

“Our new Epiphone Slash Collection brings our collaboration with Slash to the next level, expanding the offering of the iconic Slash models to Epiphone with an accessible price point. Slash was intimately involved in every aspect of the development of his new Epiphone Collection, and we are all excited to see his fans around the world rock out with them.”

Full details of the Epiphone Slash Collection are available at epiphone.com/Guitars/Collection/Slash/Epiphone

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