Shubb-Pearse Guitar Steel

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Shubb-Pearse Guitar Steel

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Shubb-Pearse Guitar Steel

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Unique shape for better control! Stainless-steel slide is a favorite for resophonic and 6-string lap steel guitars.

Designed by musicians with the special demands of today's playing styles in mind, this SP2 model features cutaway ends for improved control of single notes and pulloffs. A favorite for resophonic and 6-string lap steel guitars, it's specially shaped for good balance, with extra mass for great tone.

Shubb-Pearse's unplated stainless steel resists nicks and scratches far better than a plated bar.
And if it ever should get a nick or scratch, it can be buffed out, unlike a plated bar.

No plating to wear off.
Any plated bar will wear down, and people end up replacing them. A stainless bar will remain as good as new indefinitely — outlasting a drawer full of worn out plated bars.

Double cutaway with semi bulleted tip, 2-7/8" length.

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Most comfortable

(Customer's Reviews)

And the best control. The weight of this slide is perfect. Money well spent. Upped my sound big time.


A fine bar

(Customer's Reviews)

I'm using my SP2 for lap steel. Was using a Stevens bar which tended to catch on the strings when moving across them. Not a problem with the SP2. And the current ones are made of solid stainless steel, not plated like the older ones. So if I treat it well, it should last a long, long time. The finish is very smooth; it won't cause undue string noise. All in all, I'm well pleased!


Great tone - slightly heavy

(Customer's Reviews)

I bought this steel for Dobro because of the "bullet tip" - it really helps to avoid catching the tip of the steel when sliding across towards the thinner strings. The stainless steel is finished VERY well and is noticeably better than my Lap Dawg. I find it a bit too tall and long for 6 strings - this also makes it heavy, thus more hand fatigue than the lighter Lap Dawg. Great tone.

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