#3
If it's a wooden board drill a hole in it and stick a bit of dowel in the hole.
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#5
Go find a cupboard clip that fits inside the slide and screw it to the board.
The bit on the right:

Poke around in a hardware shop and you're bound to find something that fits. Take your slide with you.
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Last edited by Cathbard at Sep 4, 2011,
#6
when i had a board i velcroed down an empty pedal box. i kept picks, my ebow, and my slide in it
Originally posted by primusfan
When you crank up the gain to 10 and switch to the lead channel, it actually sounds like you are unjustifiably bombing an innocent foreign land.


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#7
I keep my slide on my harmonica stand.
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#9
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I keep a slide in my jacket pocket.



And a capo in your ankle holster?

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#11
Spring clips, like they use for copper pipes (22mm)
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#12
depending on the capo, you could just pop the slide on the grip.


thinking about interesting wys to mount it; carve a hand out of wood with a finger sticking up, screw it to your board, and stick the slide on that. you could even have some sort of retaining device so you could leave the slide there during transport and such, like a metal ring with a set screw or thumbscrew so you could clamp it on the finger above the slide, and take it off while playing for quick access.

a mannequin hand might work for that now that i think about it
#13
Steve Vai had this contraption attached to the headstock of his Jems where he can stick the slide up it and it'd hold the slide in place... I think it's like a fancy version of what Cath suggested.
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#14
Rubber band it to the capo.
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#16
Hold it in your mouth, it won't look awkward or anything.
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