He was the first artist to have his name forever engraved on one of Jim Marshall's amps back in 1996 and now Slash and Marshall have reunited.
The all-new SL-5 Slash Signature Combo is a two-channel, all-valve class A 5-watt amplifier packing three ECC83 preamp valves and a single EL34 valve, the SL5 is switchable to 1-watt, and is apparently already being used by Slash to record with, according to Nick Bowcott of Marshall Amplification.
With true Class A power and a Celestion Vintage 30 speaker, the SL-5 is designed to be used both at home and at gigs.
Other features include red/green channel status LED's, full EQ with presence knob, footswitchable digital reverb and high/low sensitivity inputs.
The amp is expected to retail at £549. For full specs and more info, visit Marshall's website here.
If you're visiting the 2013 Winter NAMM show, be sure to swing by the New Bay Media stand in Hall B, booth 5761 to pick up a special NAMM edition of MI Pro.