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Dunlop Joe Perry Boneyard Signature Guitar Slide  

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Designed in conjunction with legendary Aerosmith rocker Joe Perry, this porcelain slide sounds soulful and bluesy, whether on an acoustic on your fro...Read More

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Rock the Boneyard with the slide designed with Aerosmith's axeman.

Designed in conjunction with legendary Aerosmith rocker Joe Perry, this porcelain slide sounds soulful and bluesy, whether on an acoustic on your front porch or on a screaming electric in a packed stadium. The Joe Perry Slide comes in three sizes and features a porous interior to absorb finger moisture.


SPECIFICATIONS

Joe Perry Boneyard Signature Guitar Slide

  • Small/long: 18mm x 29mm x 70mm, U.S. Ring Size 7-3/4
  • Small/short: 16mm x 27mm x 51mm, U.S. Ring Size 5-3/8
  • Large/long: 19mm x 31mm x 71mm, U.S. Ring Size 9

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DunlopJoe Perry Boneyard Signature Guitar Slide
 
4.8

(based on 16 reviews)

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Pros

  • Easy to use (4)
  • Good quality (4)
  • Improves sound (4)
  • Functional (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Concerts (4)
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    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    My Top 3 Budget Slides for Dobro

    I purchased several slides for Dobro use. After extensive use, the top three all turned out to be longer Dunlop ones.

    (1) The longer "Joe Perry" version...Read complete review

    I purchased several slides for Dobro use. After extensive use, the top three all turned out to be longer Dunlop ones.

    (1) The longer "Joe Perry" version is still my favorite - easiest to play and smoothest yet rich sound. OTOH, I found the short version to be unusable.

    Since I typically use this slide on my pinky finger, I wish there was a small/long version that was slightly smaller (or thicker) for a snugger pinky-fit to further enhance playability.

    (2) The Dunlop Sardinas tapered "preachin pipe" is the second most useful - smooth sound and a bit more edge than Joe Perry, lighter weight than other brass slides

    (3) Dunlop Harris tapered brass slide - more complex edgy sound than Sardinas but not as smooth - if used on pinky, extra weight could be more fatiguing (I added a foam ring to slide over the bottom of my pinky for extra comfort and support while playing.)

    http://www.musiciansfriend.com/accessories/dunlop-eric-sardinas-preachin-pipe-brass-guitar-slide

    http://www.musiciansfriend.com/accessories/dunlop-harris-brass-guitar-slide

    FYI: on brass slides, I prefer to play with the widest end pointing up/out.

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    Waste of Fifteen Bucks

    I bought this slide a few years ago, having never played mainly with glass and brass slides. I started using it on an open D blues and it sounded terrible. I found a...Read complete review

    I bought this slide a few years ago, having never played mainly with glass and brass slides. I started using it on an open D blues and it sounded terrible. I found a Mojo slide and never looked back.

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    5.0

    Quite a bang in this little package.

    By Bluesberzerker

    from Kermit,Tx.

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    • Finish
    • Fit
    • Tone

    Cons

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        Comments about Dunlop Joe Perry Boneyard Signature Guitar Slide:

        I've never tried a short slide such as this.As I've grown use to the length and weight I find that it has a nice singing tone with subtle overtones.The tone is at once warm with just a touch of bite.Overall...a very nice and unique slide.

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        5.0

        My Top 3 Budget Slides for Dobro

        By HomeNetVideo.com

        from Las Vegas, NV

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        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Functional
        • Good Quality
        • Improves Sound

        Cons

        • Long Good Short Bad

        Best Uses

          Comments about Dunlop Joe Perry Boneyard Signature Guitar Slide:

          I purchased several slides for Dobro use. After extensive use, the top three all turned out to be longer Dunlop ones.

          (1) The longer "Joe Perry" version is still my favorite - easiest to play and smoothest yet rich sound. OTOH, I found the short version to be unusable.

          Since I typically use this slide on my pinky finger, I wish there was a small/long version that was slightly smaller (or thicker) for a snugger pinky-fit to further enhance playability.

          (2) The Dunlop Sardinas tapered "preachin pipe" is the second most useful - smooth sound and a bit more edge than Joe Perry, lighter weight than other brass slides

          (3) Dunlop Harris tapered brass slide - more complex edgy sound than Sardinas but not as smooth - if used on pinky, extra weight could be more fatiguing (I added a foam ring to slide over the bottom of my pinky for extra comfort and support while playing.)

          http://www.musiciansfriend.com/accessories/dunlop-eric-sardinas-preachin-pipe-brass-guitar-slide

          http://www.musiciansfriend.com/accessories/dunlop-harris-brass-guitar-slide

          FYI: on brass slides, I prefer to play with the widest end pointing up/out.

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          (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

           
          4.0

          best slide on the market..

          By blues conspiracy

          from New York NY.. of course..

          About Me Professional Musician

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          Pros

          • Easy To Use
          • Functional
          • Good Quality
          • Improves Sound

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Concerts

            Comments about Dunlop Joe Perry Boneyard Signature Guitar Slide:

            extra heavy and oversized..works great in standard tuning and for reaching way up the neck......my go to slide.......

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            5.0

            Great overall slide

            By Howard Ostrow

            from Denver, CO

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            Pros

            • Easy To Use
            • Good Quality
            • Improves Sound

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Concerts

              Comments about Dunlop Joe Perry Boneyard Signature Guitar Slide:

              I use my pinky finger for slide playing and I find it very hard to find slides that will fit snuggly as I my fingers are smaller than most. This slide is the only ceramic type that I've found that fits. I prefer ceramic slides to glass and metal for the music that I play. It's not to rough on the outside which translates to a nice smooth sound. I have both glass and metal slides for traditional blues but I find myself going back to the Joe Perry slide for overall comfort and sound.

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              5.0

              Nice Slide

              By Mark Grant

              from North Carolina

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              Pros

              • Easy To Use
              • Functional
              • Good Quality
              • Improves Sound

              Cons

              • None

              Best Uses

              • Backup
              • Concerts
              • Practicing

              Comments about Dunlop Joe Perry Boneyard Signature Guitar Slide:

              So far this is my favorite Slide. I've tried several different types of metal & glass slides but I like the feel & tone of this one the best

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              5.0

              great slide

              By Scott

              from Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea

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                  • Concerts
                  • Practicing

                  Comments about Dunlop Joe Perry Boneyard Signature Guitar Slide:

                  Until I got a Rocky Mountain Monarch, this was my favorite slide. It worked well in open D tuning on several acoustics and semi-hollow body electrics I've used. The outside finish is smooth and flawless, but I found that the logo side can sound scratchy so I only use the 'clean' side toward the strings. I liked the upbeat logo at first but after a few weeks I got tired of looking at it ... if they come out with a plain exterior I'd probably get one. The first one I got rolled off a coffee table, fell 18" and broke on a hardwood floor so I ordered a couple more as spares. Overall it's a great slide - good dimensions for my finger size - and worth the money.

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                  5.0

                  Best slide ever IMHO

                  By WAZ UP!

                  from SLC, UT

                  Comments about Dunlop Joe Perry Boneyard Signature Guitar Slide:

                  I looove this slide! It's tone isn't the same as a glass slide, a little less warm and more resonant. Not as metallic as metal (duh. A problem I have with glass slides is my fingers sweat - ALOT. The porous interior tones it down a bit. No slipping off! I got the largo/short size which isn't offered here, but it fits perfect on my pinky, and like a coricidian bottle on my middle finger, which is good because I have long fingers so it needs to sit more in the middle for it to feel right on me. There are a few tiny bubbles in the finish but hey, it's glazed so it's inevitable. This slide is perfect for me!

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                  5.0

                  A great buy!

                  By Bluesguy25

                  from Springfield

                  Comments about Dunlop Joe Perry Boneyard Signature Guitar Slide:

                  This slide turned all of my acoustic and electric blues to a warm tone. It seems to be made out of a layered ceramic finish, so as it ages, it gets these cool vintage spider-cracks on the finish. Like a guitar from the 30's and 40's. But, its not on the outside it is internal so, it doesn't change the sound or durability at all. Just the look. I've dropped it multiple times and it still is just as cool as ever. The Joe Perry signature on it is really cool and the cream color attributes to the vintage look.

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                  3.0

                  Waste of Fifteen Bucks

                  By Ken-2GTJa

                  from Mesa, Arizona

                  Comments about Dunlop Joe Perry Boneyard Signature Guitar Slide:

                  I bought this slide a few years ago, having never played mainly with glass and brass slides. I started using it on an open D blues and it sounded terrible. I found a Mojo slide and never looked back.

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                  5.0

                  A good slide

                  By X-50

                  from Fairmont, WV

                  Comments about Dunlop Joe Perry Boneyard Signature Guitar Slide:

                  I've had mine for 2 years now. It's got a real nice warm sound to it, full bodied I guess would be a nice way to put it. It's way nicer sounding than my Dunlop 220. It's not as bright and sounds better on bass strings. I've managed to drop it a few times and it's not so much as cracked. It's a great slide and if I did break it or lose it, I'd be back for another one. I never tried this on acoustic guitar, so I couldn't tell you if it sounds good on there.

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