Dunlop Long Dawg Professional Steel Players Tonebar

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The Dunlop Long Dawg Tonebar gives steel players with big hands their own version of the popular Lap Dog. Like the original, the Long Dawg tonebar is designed for progressive players and features a larger radius for added sustain and vibrato and a body designed for a more comfortable grip. The Dunlop Long Dawg delivers better speed and clarity for hammer-ons and pull-offs.


 
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DunlopLong Dawg Professional Steel Players Tonebar
 
5.0

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5.0

Good Length, Weight Works Great

By JCL

from Fremont, MI

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Pros

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

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Backup
    • Jamming
    • Practicing

    Comments about Dunlop Long Dawg Professional Steel Players Tonebar:

    Was using an S-P2 bar. Then got a Lap Dawg. Liked the ends on the Dawg better for hammers and pull offs, but was a little to short and my hand got tired easily. Just got my new Dunlop Long Dawg and really like the length. Pull offs and hammers are now much easier. Everything is working - this is the one that I've been looking for.
    TKS,jcl

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    5.0

    Great Slide

    By Randy

    from Cookeville, TN

    Comments about Dunlop Long Dawg Professional Steel Players Tonebar:

    I am learning to play the resonator guitar and ordered this slide to use on my new Gold Tone Beard. This slide is very comfortable and sounds good. It has the same basic shape and design as the much more expensive slides, but still works very well on pull-offs, hammer-ons, and single-string work. I highly recommend it.

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