Arthur's Music Store has served musicians in Indianapolis, IN since 1952.

Introducing "The Amos" tapered titanium steel guitar tone bar!

Founding member of the Indy Pedal Steel Club, Amos Arthur was a musician, machinist, and business owner of Arthur's Music Store in Indianapolis, Indiana.  As a musician, Amos was a professional guitar, lap steel, and pedal steel player who used his skills as a machinist to develop and realize several mechanized components for the pedal steel guitar in the 1970's which are still being used today.  And his favorite lap steel bar was tapered.

Light and fast, this solid titanium bar is 3 1/8" long and weighs only 3.1 oz.  The size and taper - 13/16" to 5/8" - are familiar to players who prize vintage Chase bars.  

Solid Titanium - No Chrome or other decorative coat!

Length: 3 1/8"  

Weight: 3.1 oz

Taper: 13/16" to 5/8"

Made in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA

Comes with velvet drawstring bag.

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We always prefer our customers to pick up purchased instruments in our store in Indianapolis, IN, but we will ship to all 50 states and internationally with full insurance (included in listed shipping fee). Depending on your location, if the shipping cost is significantly less than listed, we will refund the difference.

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  • Arthur's Music Store
  • The Amos - Tapered Titanium Steel Guitar Tone Bar Tonebar
  • Titanium
  • 2020
Made In
  • United States

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