#1
Which texture is the best for both acoustic and eletric guitar use?

Plastic, Glass or Steel?

I know plastic is pretty much useless but I said it just in case. So what is the best quality material?

Again, I'll be using it on both electric and acoustic.

Thank you.
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#2
Brass
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#3
They sound different so it's what you prefer really.
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#4
im SO confused...
do you mean slide as in "weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!"
or slide as in *plays chord and slides up to fret one* <- that kind of slide?
#5
Quote by djmay71
im SO confused...
do you mean slide as in "weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!"
or slide as in *plays chord and slides up to fret one* <- that kind of slide?

lol neither
#6
Glass is a bit softer and less trebly. As you'd expect, metal is more metallic-sounding, and steel is brighter than copper pipe, brass etc. Never heard of plastic, think you've been misinformed there, but there's ceramic slides which are about halfway between the two tonally.

Also, the thicker and heavier the slide, the more tone and sustain you get. Get the thickest, heaviest one you can find.....I've recently discovered scotch whisky miniatures make excellent slides, especially with the liquid still in them.