I wanted to record World On Fire but i wasn't feeling so good last week, I put together the backing track mainly to play along to but I exported it just to get an idea of how it sounds and I figured I'd share, Hope you enjoy it, no tabs as usual
This is Awesome! I gotta learn it and post it on YouTube Next!
Hey Guys, I finally got a chance to get my dream guitar! I got my hands on a Gibson Slash AFD Les Paul Vermillion. Sweetwater.com had them on sale for $2,199.96 and I couldn't resist the oportunity to finally get it.
As you can see above this guitar screams! it's louder than my 2007 Gibson Less Paul Classic Antique which has the Seymour Duncan Slash Signature pickups, it's also heavier (9lbs compared to the Classic Antique which is Chambered and weights about 7.8lbs) which gives it a different feel when you just stand with it.
A few details about the video, It was recorded on an iPhone and the camera was going out of focus hence the blurry clips, I recorded Izzy's parts using an Epiphone Joe Pass Emperor which is one of my favorite guitars, Also I used the Eleven Rack for all the guitars.
You can get the specs on the Gibson website but I will list the specs that stand out to me the most:
#1 Comes with Dunlop Straplok buttons and the piece that attaches to the strap
#2 Has Tonepros locking bridge and tail piece.
#3 The frets are tall (not the action but the actual frets) compared to my other les pauls
#4 The flame stands out a lot more than on most pictures I've seen
#5 The Slash pickups are definately much better sounding (crisp and loud) than the Alnico 2 Pro
#6 The neck feels the same as the my Classic Antique but the taller frets give it a much different feel
#7 The tunes are Kluson locking tuners not the gibson branded ones (which I took out of my Classic Antique because they suck...)
I ended up changing the knobs to speed knobs (which is my preference and I put them on all my guitars) and removed the toggle switch ring and replaced the tip with a nickle tip, since it already has the pickups I want and even the straploks I didn't have to do much to it like I've done to my other guitars.