Gibson introduced the ZAKK WYLDE SIGNATURE LES PAUL in 1999, as part of the Custom Shop Artist Signature Series. This model is based on Wylde's 1981 Alpine white Les Paul Custom, which was sprayed with black circles in a bull's eye pattern. The story behind that paint job is that after Wylde replaced Jake E. Lee in Ozzy Osbourne's band, he was inspired by the spiral pattern in a TV trailer for Hitchcock's Vertigo film.
The Zakk Wylde signature model has a carved maple top and solid mahogany back with multi-ply black and white binding(both top and back). Some versions (circa 2004) have a camoflague bull's-eye pattern, or a natural rough top. The three-piece maple neck has a slick unfinished back with rounded profile. The 22-fret Richlite fingerboard has pearl block inlays as well as multi-ply binding. Hardware is finished in gold. Pickups are an EMG85 in the neck position, and an EMG81 in the bridge position. Each Zakk Wylde Les Paul Custom came with a Gibson Custom hardshell case and a Certificate of Authenticity.
Source: The Gibson Les Paul: The Illustrated Story of the Guitar that Changed Rock. Dave Hunter (2014). MBI Press.