Offers a warmer, thicker tone accentuating the middle harmonics of your sound. Today's most popular slide. Processed from high-quality boron silicate. Heat-treated and annealed to produce a flawless t... Read More
Offers a warmer, thicker tone accentuating the middle harmonics of your sound. Today's most popular slide. Processed from high-quality boron silicate. Heat-treated and annealed to produce a flawless tube.
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Dunlop states in bold lettering on the package as to size. The metal ones say large medium small . The glass ones state thickness length and inside metric measures. Most user freindly - in bigger letters RING SIZE. I'm 6'1" I like playing it on my little finger (ring size 7 ) I like model #212 . I have a Dunlop brass concave shaped slide called a Harris ; I have a small model #230 I coulda used the 231 just a lil' bigger. the 232 is even bigger. The glass 218 is even too big for my middle finger. I also have a glass 202 that must be a size 8 but I threw the wrapper away before I went on my perfect slide search. The 202 is thin and doesn't feel or sound as good. I am going to try ceramic slides. Steve James used them in the workshops I've taken with him. I don't think you wanna cheap one. The ones that look right are around $30 and for that I wanna try it on. Important detail: if you drop a glass slide it's gonna break.
I have played with a metal slide on-and-off for the past 12 years, with unsatisfactory results. I finally got around to picking up the Dunlop Regular Wall Glass Slide, and I am impressed by its mellow tone.
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