Tricks for keeping a slide on your pedal board

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  1. jordanyeo

    jordanyeo Member

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    I just rebuilt my pedal board, will be using an altoid tin for picks. Any cool ways to attach your slide when not in use? I'm assuming some sort of peg..?
     
  2. Whiskey N Beans

    Whiskey N Beans Supporting Member

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    I clip a capo onto the back of my PT mini and use it as a Capo stand. Could work on he headstock too. My chrome slide fits tight to my clip on Capo.
     
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    I clip a capo onto my mic stand and put the slide on that. Works like a charm.
     
  4. Bleach265

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    I've seen a couple of boards with those spring doorstops on, used as capo and slide holders. Always seemed like a good idea to me.
     
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    Prof.Fuzz Supporting Member

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    Doorstop springs on a small piece of wood with Velcro. Felt cymbal washer to pad the ceramic slide.

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    The rubber Dunlop mic stand pic holders come with a slide holder. My guitarist has one on his mic stand.
     

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