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Heavy Wall Guitar Slide - Large

Heavy Wall Guitar Slide - Large
Steve Clayton Inc

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SKU CPHW10
Author Steve Clayton Inc
Format Accessories
Publisher Steve Clayton Inc
Style Slides
Gauge Large
Brand Glass Slide
 
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Glass Slide

Clayton Glass slides are available in 3 sizes. Each comes with a protective case to protect your slide from breakage. Each slide comes with a “Bottleneck Slide Technique” instruction sheet, so that you can get the most out of your slide.

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