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  • EBow+: a creative tool?

    Hello guyz!
    I just got the EBow +: an electronic bow for guitar.
    Here’s an unboxing, test, demo, tips, review video:

    http://www.youtube.com/oilid

  • #2
    I have one, ands have been using it for...... God, I'm old, 15-20 years. It is definitely a tool that requires some finesse, and a guitar with action slightly higher. It will make fret buzz occur, as you hear in the above video.
    Great job by the way Oilid!
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    • Oilid
      Oilid commented
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      Thank you VERY MUCH!!!
      Yes, I kinda feel ashamed of discoring it just now!

  • #3
    My E bow is so old it came with a cassette tape.

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    • badpenguin
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      Had that one, and the one before it, that was chrome.

  • #4
    Originally posted by Mikeo View Post
    My E bow is so old it came with a cassette tape.
    So did mine... but I think I gave that one away. I still have one of the newer models.
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