Rock Slide Aged Brass Guitar Slide

Rock Slide Aged Brass Guitar Slide, Small
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Rock Slide Aged Brass Guitar Slide

Fire up your slide licks
Aged brass Rock Slides® feature a tapered interior, a finger rest and knuckle cutaway, and a gorgeous aged finish that is super smooth on the strings. The pro's choice!

Why so much sustain?
The heart of the Rock Slide is the solid brass rod that is CNC-carved to fit your finger. This particular brass formula is very heavy and is the best for smooth singing tone and sustain.

Tapered interior, finger rest and knuckle cutaway
Brass Rock Slides feature a tapered interior to maintain a snug feel all the way down your finger. A cutaway at the second knuckle helps maintain finger bendability and prevents pinching. A flat finger rest makes the Rock Slide more stable than a traditional, round slide.

Perfectly smooth finish for superior playability and tone
If you are into tweed and well-worn gear, these slides are for you. Individually hand-aged using a multi-step recipe of destruction, aged brass Rock Slides have the familiar tone and sustain of a heavy brass slide but resemble something from the bottom of the Bayou.

#3970 Small
Inside diameter: 17.5mm (11/16")
Length: 47.6mm (1-7/8")
Thickness at fingertip end: 3.5mm (0.138")
Weight: 45g (1.59 ounce)

#3971 Medium
Inside diameter: 19.5mm (49/64")
Length: 57.2mm (2-1/4")
Thickness at fingertip end: 5mm (0.197")
Weight: 70g (2.47 ounce)

#3972 Large
Inside diameter: 21mm (53/64")
Length: 58.7mm (2-5/16")
Thickness at fingertip end: 5mm (0.197")
Weight: 100g (3.53 ounce)

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