when you put a line through a tag or piece u think looks like dogshit/ or u hate them personally coz they stole ur drugs, beat u up etc to signify you hate them and their graff.
i slashed that tag coz its toy
by McGee May 11, 2004
1.) To discharge urine, to piss
2.) The alias of Saul Hudson, lead guitarist for Velvet Revolver and formerly of Guns N' Roses.
1.) Be right back, gonna take a slash in the bushes.
2.) Naturally Slash plays a Les Paul.
by the bg August 20, 2004
Verb. To take a piss/urinate, primarily used by men.
Mate, can you pull over? I need to take a slash ASAP.
by Mellynelly October 28, 2009
All-knowing, all-playing guitar rock god. Sexiest man ever. Ex-Guns n Roses lead guitarist, ex-Slashs Snakepit guitarist and current lead guitarist for Velvet Revolver
Oh god... that guitar solo is Slash worthy
by Blurgh May 03, 2005
The lead guitarist for guns n' roses from 1986 to 1996. He was the only British member of the main lineup, from the town of Stockton-on-Trent. He is one of, if not THE, greatest guitarists of all time. His riffs blend blues and metal very well, and he has a great stage presence, though Axl Rose often overshadowed it. Since leaving gnr, his bands have been Snakepit and Velvet Revolver, which also features gnr bassist Duff McKagan and gnr replacement drummer Matt Sorum. His likes are top hats, his afro, jack daniels, and cigarettes. He is a really cool guy, and is one of the few members of gnr to have a relatively minor criminal record. His only bad moment was his AMA award acceptance speach, for which he strolled on stage holding a bottle of jack. In his words: "I'd like to thank our fucking manager for fucking getting us here..."
Slash don't need no example.
by king of canada August 31, 2006
Usually in fanfiction, a pairing that is homosexual, although slash is rarely applied to yuri/lesbian pairings.

The word 'slash' comes from Star Trek fandom. The original slash pairing was Kirk/Spock, which was abbreviated K/S, and then ended up just being called 'slash' after its punctuation mark. After that, other male/male pairings (in Trek, and in other fandoms soon after) also became known as slash.
I'm a big fan of slash, but I don't really like slash of real people.
by Chiisuchi March 25, 2006
The best guitarist WH0 EVER LIVED!!
from the best rock band that ever existed
by GUNS AND ROSES May 07, 2004
Saul Hudson aka Slash is best known for being the former lead guitar player in guns 'n roses. Later after leaving Guns' he played in "Slash' snakepit", which produced a rather uninteresting album. He now plays in Velvet Revolver, who have also yet to release something interesting. Besides these bands, he played many sessions for other bands and people. He's written some of the most successful riffs and memorable solos in rock history during the Guns 'n Roses days.

Slash relies on the Pentatonic scales for many of his solos. As such, it would be very easy to write him off as a one trick pony, but that's not the whole story. Along with the pentatonic minor in blues box positions, he also sometimes uses the Aeolian and Dorian modes, the Mixolydian scale and pentatonic major scale. Slash often plays pedal-steel bends and uses the pentatonic major scale to create leads that have a country sound. You can hear this in Paradise City and Coma. Look no further than Sweet Child Of Mine to hear Slash's use of the Harmonic Minor scale. Slash is a great playing great melodies over a song's chord changes, especially during ballads. If you think about it, a good portion of Guns N' Roses' most successful tunes were ballads and Slash's playing was a huge part of their success (dinosaurrockguitar).

Also, he's the last true "guitar god" that will influence entire generations of players who care about lead playing. The badass "i don't give a fuck" attitude along with the swagger and heavy, ballsy blues-rock playing is an important part of his image. Infamous for loads of sex, drugs and rock 'n roll. He took that from the 70's from guys like Jimmy Page and brought it to the spandex-filled, pretty-boy shredder era.

Made the Les Paul famous again in an era of super Strats and Floyd-Roses. Has a very reconizable sound. Nasty, buzzy and mean. He uses Marshall Slash Signature Model half-stacks exclusively. These amps are based on the Marshall Jubilee Anniversary series, a high gain Marshall that most tone freaks despise.

Slash' technique was already far surpassed in the glory days of GnR. But he wasn't about technique, it was all balls. In the end, that's been proven to be far more important then being able of putting out 64 notes in one second. Name one technique-driven shredder who made more interesting stuff then Slash did.
Slash, the only one who was able to impress me as much as Jimmy Page did.
by Dick September 01, 2006

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