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Rocky Mountain Slides Bryan Bassett Yeller Dog Signature Model Guitar Slide
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Bryan Bassett has been sliding his heart out as a member of the legendary band Foghat for decades now and Rocky Mountain Slides are thrilled to have ...Read More
Bryan Bassett has been sliding his heart out as a member of the legendary band Foghat for decades now and Rocky Mountain Slides are thrilled to have him in their family of players.
His favorite model is the Shavano but he would always come back to the Yeller Dawg glaze in the studio or on stage. So Rocky Mountain Slides are setting it aside as HIS signature model and welcome him in the family of signature model artists.
This model was designed for those sliders out there that wanted "a little tighter fit". The Bryan Bassett Shavano has a more traditional feel and for players with smaller fingers, long skinny fingers or are playing with your pinky, and want a tighter fit...this is the model for you!!
These slides are (18-22mm) Standard length.
Mark's favorite, snug-fitting slide.
- Snug fit
- More traditional feel
Hear the difference that a hand-crafted guitar slide can make. Order today.
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- Easy To Use
- Fat And Resonant
- Good Quality
- Improves Sound
- Still Cuts Through
- Lack Of Consistency
- Humbucker Style Guitars
Comments about Rocky Mountain Slides Bryan Bassett Yeller Dog Signature Model Guitar Slide:
These are some of the best slides out there and I especially like the Yeller Dawg with my humbucker equipped Les Pauls (I build). Even with a 10 - 46 set you can get fat slide tones that have a nice resonance yet still manage to cut through without being too bright. I think it fits, tone wise, between the Red (brightest) and the Black (mellow) for the low fire versions. (the white, blue and green are high fire).
My only complaint is some slides are just perfect and others have places the glaze is not covering or the glaze feels like dust particles got on the glaze and it grabs the string(s).