Lap Steel Guitar Slide Electric Guitar Lap Style Instrument Lap Slide Guitar Starter/Beginner Instrument Starter Steel Guitar With Metal Guitar Slide Bar/Gig Bag

Body:Poplar wood

 Length: 29 inches

Bridge to Nut scale: 20.75 inch

Two Controls: Volume and Tone 

Width: 6.5 inches

String Gauge: ''010 ''013 ''017 ''026 ''036 ''046

Guitar slide features a hardwood body and neck with position markers, a single-coil pickup, volume and tone controls, chrome hardware, and a stainless steel pickguard.

Lap style instrument has a 21" scale length, which is shorter than a regular guitar, oversize 29” scale length and mine came equipped with .10"-.46" strings, which work well for C6 tuning. You can buy Lap Steel strings specific for the tuning that you wish to use, at a price similar to regular guitar strings.

The strings of a lap steel are not pressed to a fret, rather holds a metal slide called a steel (or tone bar) in one hand, which is moved along the strings to change the instrument's pitch while the other hand plucks or picks the strings.

Lap slide guitar perfect for Blues, Rock, Hawaiian, Country, Bluegrass, and Western Swing.

After u get this lap steel guitar, u will also need a slide bar and an amp, entry level lap guitar,pedal steel, practice board.

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  • musoo
  • Sunburst
Made In
  • China
Body Shape
  • Non Cutaway
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed

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