Slash Releases New Ernie Ball Limited Edition Signature String Sets

Tue, Dec 29th: Ernie Ball introduced a limited edition set of custom wound Slash signature Slinky strings. The collectible embossed tin box with custom Slash graphics holds three individual string sets for easy storage. The announcement came with a 3-minute video, viewable HERE.


Slash’s new signature string sets are the culmination of over three decades of Slash and Ernie Ball’s ongoing pursuit to create strings that provide more durability and tuning stability without sacrificing tone or feel. These new sets consist of his preferred 11-48 gauge Slinkys wound with Paradigm core wire and plasma-enhanced nickel-plated steel wrap wire, while the Paradigm plain strings are constructed with a heavier brass wire reinforcement at each of the ball ends for better tuning stability and strength. These limited edition string sets are highly collectible and conveniently packaged in a three-pack embossed tin box for easy storage.

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  1. martine philtjens
    Posted February 17, 2021 at 3:02 am | Permalink

    alway’s nice but not if you live in europa then you are fuckt

  2. Allesa Ciambriello
    Posted March 20, 2021 at 1:08 am | Permalink


    I have an acrylic painting of Slash. I used a photo a friend of mine took during one of his Orlando Florida concerts nearly 15 years ago. I have made the painting into notecards. I wanted to send him one. I actually use them to connect with my middle school teens who are at home learning math from me online during this pandemic.

    I would like to send the card to the correct and current address so he can see it. Plus I would like to send a magnet for him to keep.

    Ms. Ciambriello/ Wolf Lake Middle School / OCPS Math teacher.
    407 579 6284

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