Peavey Power Slide Guitar with Gigbag

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MSRP: $499.99
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Product Description

It's not a lap steel, not a dobro, and it's not a conventional steel guitar. The Peavey Power Slide Guitar is in response to the huge number of requests for a lap type steel that could be played standing up. The shape of the Power Slide is designed to position the playing surface (fingerboard) to the left of the players body allowing unhampered access to the playing surface. The unique 4 point suspension and the special Y strap enable the Power Slide to be played either horizontally or vertically (and almost anywhere in between).

The specially designed pickup makes available an extremely wide range of tones, which are augmented by Peavey’s patented tone/mode control to allow the player to adjust from single-coil operation continuously to dual-coil, hum-canceling mode, with high-end rolloff at the extreme counterclockwise setting.

Peavey Power Slide Guitar Features

  • Revolutionary next generation slide instrument, ergonomically designed for maximum playability
  • Patent pending multi-point strap system allows for multiple vertical and horizontal playing styles 
  • Unique magnet loaded pickup with patented variable coil mode control 
  • Radical patent pending design provides unprecedented neck access in vertical playing position 
  • .013 - .053 nickel wound strings 
  • Specially designed Y strap included 
  • Steel slide included 
  • Specially designed padded bag included

Product Specifications
Peavey Power Slide Guitar Specifications
  • Neck Material: Solid Basswood
  • Neck Type: Neck Through construction
  • Hardware Color: Chrome
  • Body Wood: Basswood
  • Fingerboard: 25 inch scale length, 2 Octave fingerboard graphic
  • Frets: 27, printed graphic
  • Bridge: Magnet loaded, variable coil mode
  • Pickup:
    • Construction: Hi output Tappable Humbucking, dual coil
    • Magnet Type: Ceramic 5 bar
    • Description: Dual Coil, extended magnetic window, 14 DC output. Peavey’s versatile rotary tone/coil cut tone pot with treble bleed circuit allows clarity in both single coil and humbucking modes. Fully shielded 4 conductor cable and chrome plated “exposed coil” cover affords quiet operation and allows maximum adjustability.

Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
Phone:  601-483-5365 Warranty: 

Guitars/Basses, Amp, Pre-Amps, Mixers, Electronic Crossovers & EQs: 2 years *(+ 3 years)
Drums: 2 years *(+ 1 year)
Enclosures: 3 years *(+ 2 years)
Digital Effects, Keyboard & MIDI Controllers: 1 year *(+ 1 year)
Mics: 2 years
Speaker Components (incl. replacement parts) and all Accessories: 1 year
Tubes & Meters: 90 days
* Add'l warranty period applicable if Warranty Registration Card is completed & returned to Peavey by original retail purchaser within 90 days.

John Boulding from Mount airy nc
Overall Rating
Great instrument that fills a niche
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This guitar is one I have been waiting for someone to make for quite a few years, and be affordable. I am a long time lap and resonator player who transitions a lot between genres. Resonators with pickups are great for acoustic gigs, but not for heavy rock or blues, and a lap is great for country and blues but you can't stand and play one. This new Powerslide covers everything except the resonator acoustic. After tweeking the set up and adjusting the pups and going slightly heavie in strings, I used in at a 4th of July gig playing in a hard, classic rock band. The thing did everyone it was billed to do. I ran it through my Kustom amp and a few pedals..from crunch to heavy blues, phase and it screamed. This guitar will allow me to keep my old resonator guitar for just acoustic stuff who having to try and finagle distortion and gain in an electric setting. For 200 bucks, you can't beat it. The only downside was the gig bag, which tore about the third time I tried to put the guitar in.
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