The Bros. Landreth Signature Guitar Slide


The Bros. Landreth Signature Guitar Slide

Rated 4.83 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)

We met Ariel Posen and Joey Landreth  through our website where they started out as customers.  Joey eventually sent us a copy of their album “Let it Lie”.  When we listened to it we were floored by 4 part vocal harmonies, acoustic, dobro, and straight up rock with a hint of country.  It’s no wonder they are Juno Award winners and touring internationally.  Over the years, we have become friends and recently developed a signature slide for each of them.

Joey’s guitar slide is a modified version of our original small brass slide.  We stretched it out to 2 1/8 – inch length compared to the original 1 3/4 – inch length.  This gives some added weight and full string coverage.

Ariel’s guitar slide, like Joey’s, is a stretched out version of our original small brass balltip.  The balltip adds even more weight for long sustain and gives him the ability to play on the tip.

6 reviews for The Bros. Landreth Signature Guitar Slide

  1. Rated 5 out of 5


    Customer service 5/5… nothing more to say!
    Quality 5/5… nothing more to say!
    Packing 2/5… Not the best quality and also very large so it takes a big space with no need for that. I am surprised many people like the packing!
    Sound 5/5… Again nothing more to say!
    Size 5/5.. and here comes what i need to say… I have relatively small fingers and i use the slide on my pinkie. The Joey Landreth slide is a perfect fit for me. The length is good but i think i must mention that the standard brass slide with the shorter length would be unusable for me. This is simply why i bought this one. I did not know of Joey Landreth before i checked this website and when i checked his music, i found it is also not my favorite!
    What i am trying to say is that the dimensions on this slide should be the standard dimensions not a signature model for any guitar player.
    I am very very much interested in a glass model with the same fit and length but unfortunately it does not exist!!!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5


    BluesBoy must be off his meds.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Ernie Southern

    Ariel slide is perfect. Been using a socket for years for string coverage and weight. This slide does both and provides more accuracy. Excellent.

  4. Rated 4 out of 5

    Leland Berg

    My Pinkie is a 9.5 or a 9.0 if I squeeze it hard. Sure would be nice to know if and when the Joey were to come in a little bit larger size.

    • Danny Songhurst

      Hi Leland. The standard medium brass is the same design as the Joey Landreth slide in the next size up. Sorry for not making this clear. Let us know if you’d like to exchange the JL for a TRS-MB.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5


    Ok. So this is my third polished brass Rock Slide variant, and I like it the best.
    #1. Small 47.5 mm slide. Fit my pinky great, super tone, gentle touch on the strings, BUT to short for tunes where I wanted to play full chords. 🙁
    #2. The medium 58mm slide. Again. Great slide, awesome tone. Flip it over and it covers all the strings. BUT … not so gentle on the strings, and it’s to large for my pinky. I have to kinda grip it with my ring finger, and it’s a bit heavy for my pinky. (So it’s hard to gently land the slide on the strings without getting a jangle.)
    #3. The Ariel Posen 59mm slide. This slide has great tone, and has a lot of finesse. It fits snugly on my pinky so my ring finger is free to fret or mute the strings, and it’s also lighter than the medium.

    While this IS my favorite of the Rock Slides (so far) I do have two criticism. (So maybe Rock Slide take these suggestions under advisement and send me some prototypes. 🙂
    1. I concur with the reviewer who complained that the slide should come in more finger size gradients. This fits my pinky a little too snug, and I have small fingers. (But it’s secure, so I’ll take it.)
    2. It is not actually 59mm. The flat surface area is shorter than the 58mm medium slide. It’s only 59mm when the rounded tip is taken into account. I was hoping it would be slightly longer, but when flipped over long ways, it covers all the strings so I can play full chords.

    So Rock Slide, I’m really enjoying the Ariel. I’ll keep the checks coming.

  6. Rated 5 out of 5


    I bought the Ariel Posen slide and I love it. It fits my ring(nice and tight) and pinky fingers (comfortably.) I’m used to playing with a coricidin bottle and a piece of copper pipe that I asked for off a job I did once. I like those but these rock slide designs really are a lot more comfortable and easier to use. For starters I’ve never had a slide that fit so well. Perfect size. Not clunky and it doesn’t move around. I don’t know if it’s in the angle cut where it meets your finger or the tapered metal but it makes a difference.

    Initially, I had thought that this slide had the finger rest (dents) in the side walls but when I received it I realized that it didn’t. Upon trying it out I had determined that I really liked the slide and didn’t want to send it back. I sent him an email and explained everything and he gave me a really good deal on a second slide. I will say if you are looking for the finger rest to be on there you might want to go with Joey Landreth’s model or ask about getting one customized because the ball tip doesn’t normally come with it. I will be advertising to any slide guitarists in my neck of the woods, I believe these are the best slides on the market. Customer service just puts the cherry on top. Try it, you won’t be sorry. If you are there’s something wrong with “you” and not the product. Make sure and ask though if you have a really different size of fingers than what is listed and Danny will fix you up. Here’s an idea guys, measure your slide finger(s) and get the right one. 🙂

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