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EBow (energy bow), a small, hand-held device that “bows” the strings of guitar using an electromagnetic field. It produces a unique guitar sound, with very slow attack and infinite sustain. Guitarist EBow holds the line with or close to the sensor hole so that the string is in the groove on the small lower side EBow. magnets EBow in the cause vibrating string, until it will be pulled back on itself in its own resonant frequency. This feedback loop is similar to the feedback amplifier, but is much more manageable.
The player can change the volume by moving closer or further away from the strings, and the reverse link amplifier. EBow switches from low power mode to a high power mode, which gives a strong, harmonically rich sound. EBow was used one time or another by many leading guitarists and acts: Radiohead, Tom Petty, Dave Gilmour, Sigur Ros, NIN, Coldplay , Smashing Pumpkins, The Cure, REM, U2 and more.

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 The eBow (energy bow), is a small, hand-held device that “bows” the strings of a guitar using an electromagnetic field. It produces a unique guitar sound, with a very slow attack and infinite sustain. The guitarist holds the eBow over the string, near the pickup or hole, so that the string sits in a small notch on the underside of the eBow. The eBow’s magnets then cause the string to vibrate until it feeds back on itself at its own resonant frequency. This feedback loop is similar to amplifier feedback, but much more controllable.
The player can vary the loudness of the sound by moving closer or farther away from the string, as with amplifier feedback. The eBow is switchable from low-power mode to high-power mode, which gives a strong, harmonically rich sound. The eBow has been used at one time or another by many top guitarists and acts: Radiohead, Tom Petty, Dave Gilmour, Sigur Ros, NIN, Coldplay, Smashing Pumpkins, The Cure, REM, U2 and more.

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