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Ernie Ball SteelBarMedium GuitarSlide

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Ernie Ball STEEL BAR GUITAR SLIDE – MEDIUM
A quality professional bar with perfect round nose plus non-snag beveled back edge.
Hard steel ground & buffed with heavy duty chrome.
Size: 3-1/4″ x 7/8″ (8.26 x 2.22 cm) White dot – Medium (6.3oz)

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Ernie Ball SteelBarMedium GuitarSlide
P04232
 Steel Bar Guitar Slide – Medium

 

A quality professional bar with perfect round nose plus non-snag beveled back edge.
Hard steel ground & buffed with heavy duty chrome.
Size: 3-1/4″ x 7/8″ (8.26 x 2.22 cm) White dot – Medium (6.3oz)

 

Where did slide guitar originate from?
The term slide guitar is most strongly associated with blues music. In the American South, the technique emerged among blues musicians around the turn of the 20th century, likely tracing its origin to that of the diddley-bow, an instrument of African derivation.
Who invented slide guitar?
The True Origin of Blues Slide Guitar
Joseph Kekuku’s invention later evolved into the modern slide guitar techniques known today. There are various creation myths, but most of them involve a young Kekuku and a stroke of genius.
Ernie Ball SteelBarMedium GuitarSlide

 

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