Gibson recently announced the release of their new Slash signature 'Appetite' Les Paul.
Based on the Les Paul copy built by Kris Derrig that Slash used for most of Guns n' Roses 'Appetite For Destruction', this axe, honestly, appears to be not much different from Gibson's usual offerings.
It appears that either Derrig nailed it in copying Gibson's design specifications or not much research went into the design of this new signature model. Or what if a couple of Kris Derrig's design innovations on the original were too much of a departure for Gibson to want to implement? Who knows?
The 'Appetite' Les Paul features a 'reverse chevron' AAA-maple top, 'Unburst' nitrocellulose finish, Seymour Duncan Alnico II Pro Slash signature humbucking pickups and TonePros tune-o-matic bridge and tailpiece. Amber top-hat knobs cap the linear 300k volume pots and 500k non-linear tone pots.
Jumbo frets are fitted to the rosewood fingerboard on the slim-60s profile quarter-sawn mahogany neck and the 17-degree angle headstock features a silk-screened Slash signature and logo.
Get thee to a music store to check out the Appetite Les Paul if you're a true Slash fan.