SLASH: Limited-Edition Copies Of Manchester Performance To Be Made Available

Legendary guitarist Slash (VELVET REVOLVER, GUNS N' ROSES) and his solo band will be recorded at Manchester Academy in Manchester, England on July 3. Abbey Road Live will be there to capture the performance and have it mixed and mastered on-the-fly, specifically for delivery to CD — not to be confused with a "board" mix, which usually just involves plugging into the house sound console and taking their mix.

Each collectible disc set will be offered for $30 (£20) online at this location, or £20 at the show in Manchester. Discs may either be picked up at the end of the show, or shipped home.

In addition to Slash and singer Myles Kennedy (ALTER BRIDGE), other bandmembers that will be featured on the CD set include Bobby Schneck on guitar; Todd Kerns on bass and backing vocals; and Brent Fitz on drums.

Pre-sales for the CDs are happening now at this location, and sales will only continue until all 1,200 CDs are sold.

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