Become a member
Become a member
Continuer avec Google

or
Log in
Log in
Se connecter avec Google

or
Add this product to
  • Mon ancien matos
  • My current gear
  • Mon futur matos
E Bow E Bow Plus
Images
1/250

All user reviews for the E Bow E Bow Plus

Price engine
Classified Ads
Forums
Filter
Keywords
Average Score:
( 4.4/5 based on 33 reviews )
16 reviews
48 %
12 reviews
36 %
3 reviews
9 %
1 user review
3 %
Write a user review
Users reviews
  • E Bow E Bow PlusPublié le 10/18/06 à 03:33
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    FYI, there is currently € 75.42 brand new on the site www.musicstore.de German
  • original!

    E Bow E Bow PlusPublié le 11/23/12 à 03:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Tried on bass and guitar is a fun accessory that can make sounds nice but it is awfully expensive! I bought a real bow for € 15 it does not have a continuous sound as the ebow but it does not hurt!
  • Either: (Super) (low) (fragile)

    E Bow E Bow PlusPublié le 11/05/12 à 02:10
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    My opinion does not bring anything more to the overall opinion:
    The big + is that you can draw sounds terrible, especially the harmonic position;
    The - and there ... :
    - It is extremely fragile, a small drop of 50 cm and the object was shattered, it took the bard of scotch (I should have done it the direct out of the box when I bought it)
    - It is possible to draw sound unexpected, if you look at the videos on Youtube, but we do not get something for nothing, it takes a tremendous job
    - The device generates a signal much higher than the normal guitar signal, we must provide a volume pedal or work his technique knob to adjust the volume
    - Expensive for what it is, and in my......
    Read more
    My opinion does not bring anything more to the overall opinion:
    The big + is that you can draw sounds terrible, especially the harmonic position;
    The - and there ... :
    - It is extremely fragile, a small drop of 50 cm and the object was shattered, it took the bard of scotch (I should have done it the direct out of the box when I bought it)
    - It is possible to draw sound unexpected, if you look at the videos on Youtube, but we do not get something for nothing, it takes a tremendous job
    - The device generates a signal much higher than the normal guitar signal, we must provide a volume pedal or work his technique knob to adjust the volume
    - Expensive for what it is, and in my opinion, it is a device to be used sparingly, but having said that, it produces a very nice sound and it produces a small effect on the audience, c ' is undeniable, especially when its working its downstream. Filres with a reverse delay, distortion, there's plenty to do really terrible things.
    See less
  • Really nice.

    E Bow E Bow PlusPublié le 06/29/12 à 07:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    We put some time in early to find the right position, then even more time behind the rope to change. We eventually set it aside until we look back and say that is that the sound will be nice for such a passage of such recovery or composite. So we end up bring it to every rehearsal and inflate everyone for a few minutes by using it on a cover of Pink Floyd on a solo ending. Other musicians who were friends before all this, do not on speaking and whispering behind your back. The E bow is a social drama as to summarize, there is a bit expensive compared to the anecdotal use that one has, as a result we want to settle down anywhere, then it becomes reasonable and it becomes nice ...
  • Nice from time to time and too fragile

    E Bow E Bow PlusPublié le 04/29/12 à 01:48
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The Ebow (electronic bow) is a guitar effect.
    Used by the greatest, it is one of the most confusing effects of the past 20 years. Infinite sustain and high sensitivity are waiting for you!
    It's what the brochure says.
    In reality, it takes a little time to adapt and a little practice.
    It's nice to use occasionally or "psyche" just his compositions but the price is exorbitant for I find a little piece of plastic so fragile. It's been two times that I reaffixable mine.
    Basically: it's two plastic balls (when we could think otherwise). He should have quit doing steel to increase its weight.
    So verdict: Better to borrow from a friend for the little time you use or purchase of......
    Read more
    The Ebow (electronic bow) is a guitar effect.
    Used by the greatest, it is one of the most confusing effects of the past 20 years. Infinite sustain and high sensitivity are waiting for you!
    It's what the brochure says.
    In reality, it takes a little time to adapt and a little practice.
    It's nice to use occasionally or "psyche" just his compositions but the price is exorbitant for I find a little piece of plastic so fragile. It's been two times that I reaffixable mine.
    Basically: it's two plastic balls (when we could think otherwise). He should have quit doing steel to increase its weight.
    So verdict: Better to borrow from a friend for the little time you use or purchase of Cygnus but by checking out its contours. Despite this beast once mastered, it's pretty fendard.

    Mode "Harmonic"
    Powered by 9V battery

    Artists, groups using this effects pedal: Pearl Jam, Smashing Pumpkins ...
    See less
  • E Bow E Bow PlusPublié le 02/28/12 à 22:36
    Ah the famous Ebow. I’ve seen quite a few players with this and seen them doing interesting things with it. It’s basically a hand held sustainer. It’s got two modes now as well on this plus model, that allows you to just sustain the harmonic note which is also quite cool. I personally haven’t found a use for the ebow myself yet other than copy somebody else or some other U2 songs I’ve heard. But the usage and concept is quite simple. If one wants to sustain a note for a long period of time, use the Ebow. That’s the main and only purpose of this device. How often would one use it versus another effect, say, distortion? VERY sparingly or rarely obviously.

    The sound itself is the original......
    Read more
    Ah the famous Ebow. I’ve seen quite a few players with this and seen them doing interesting things with it. It’s basically a hand held sustainer. It’s got two modes now as well on this plus model, that allows you to just sustain the harmonic note which is also quite cool. I personally haven’t found a use for the ebow myself yet other than copy somebody else or some other U2 songs I’ve heard. But the usage and concept is quite simple. If one wants to sustain a note for a long period of time, use the Ebow. That’s the main and only purpose of this device. How often would one use it versus another effect, say, distortion? VERY sparingly or rarely obviously.

    The sound itself is the original guitar’s signal so there is nothing like true bypass whatever etc to be counted into this review. For beginners you may have trouble getting this thing to work properly it does work easier and better on electric guitar because of the magnets of the pickups, but that doesn’t mean you can’t use it on acoustics as I’ve heard and seen it being used on acoustics quite often. Of course it’s a magnetic-type of effect and that’s why it’s way easier to use on electrics. Also if you have distortion on you can get a very nice searing sustaining note, sounds great to boot depending on the context of the song I’d say!

    Overall, the Ebow is a very cool tool to get some atmospheric-type sounds and contexts to add texture to your song. If you have one it’s worth using every so often, if you don’t have one, it’s worth trying out and borrowing it from your friend and never giving it back. Give it a try if you get the chance to but I wouldn’t go out of my way to get one either!
    See less
  • Such an innovative product.

    E Bow E Bow PlusPublié le 11/01/11 à 20:12
    Features:
    Small plastic housing
    9v powered
    On/off switch
    Harmonic/regular mode switch

    This unit is INCREDIBLE. It makes your guitar string sustain forever! Well, as long as the battery lasts. It will even cause an acoustic guitar, or bass guitar's strings to vibrate indefinitely. The operation is very simple - hold the EBow directly over the string that is intended to vibrate, switch it on, and hold your breath! Actually, don't hold your breath - this unit can keep the sustain happening much longer than you can hold your breath! You'd pass out from oxygen deprivation before this baby quit working! This is a pre-cursor to cool innovations like the Fernandez Sustainer pickup, and the......
    Read more
    Features:
    Small plastic housing
    9v powered
    On/off switch
    Harmonic/regular mode switch

    This unit is INCREDIBLE. It makes your guitar string sustain forever! Well, as long as the battery lasts. It will even cause an acoustic guitar, or bass guitar's strings to vibrate indefinitely. The operation is very simple - hold the EBow directly over the string that is intended to vibrate, switch it on, and hold your breath! Actually, don't hold your breath - this unit can keep the sustain happening much longer than you can hold your breath! You'd pass out from oxygen deprivation before this baby quit working! This is a pre-cursor to cool innovations like the Fernandez Sustainer pickup, and the Moog Guitar, both instruments that allow infinite sustain on a physical guitar string.

    The effects one can achieve using one of these little guys are incredible! It can make an electric or acoustic or bass sound like a cello, violin, synthesizer, horns, flutes...it is a world-class box built on a great idea. The harmonic modes are especially cool, and with a little practice, one can develop a technique to switch back and forth between the regular mode and harmonic mode while simultaneously holding a sustaining note. Adding ambient sounds like reverb or delay can definitely add to the effect's effectiveness.

    The only "downside" I can see at all is that multiple strings cannot be sustained, but I'm not sure how physically and practically/financially possible that idea would be for the designers of the EBow to integrate. I guess another minor gripe is that this is a tad cumbersome for the hand - it would be neat to see a unit that sustains like this, but could also allow the player to continue to hold and use a pick at the same time.

    All in all, this is an excellent product, rife with inspiration, and I'd recommend it to any forward-thinking metal-stringed instrument musician. The hours you'd spend creating new sonic textures and soaring solos will definitely make it worth the hundred dollar price tag.
    See less
  • Anonymous

    E Bow E Bow PlusPublié le 10/13/04 à 05:16
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    MODEL This is the only available dsormais, the other as deprecated.
    What changes is an deuxime vibration mode, richer in harmonics but still sharp and trs. For those who do not know, it's electro-magntique device that moves when the cord is over. What epremet have endless sustain, to simulate a bow (o the name), and tons of ways. It works on acoustic, electric, or bass (all string instruments mtalliques quite fine, actually). Note qu'tant made for the guitar, it's pretty hard to play something else, even if it is feasible with Entran.
    The less this product is its price: 120 to the plastoc and a magnet (batteries not included!), Trs is expensive, but unfortunately patent: it's......
    Read more
    MODEL This is the only available dsormais, the other as deprecated.
    What changes is an deuxime vibration mode, richer in harmonics but still sharp and trs. For those who do not know, it's electro-magntique device that moves when the cord is over. What epremet have endless sustain, to simulate a bow (o the name), and tons of ways. It works on acoustic, electric, or bass (all string instruments mtalliques quite fine, actually). Note qu'tant made for the guitar, it's pretty hard to play something else, even if it is feasible with Entran.
    The less this product is its price: 120 to the plastoc and a magnet (batteries not included!), Trs is expensive, but unfortunately patent: it's monopoly!
    However, it is accompanied by a leaflet that explains the different techniques with a cassette leons in English, a badge, a sticker, and a small velvet bag to store the jewelry, which is pleased t nice.
    See less
  • E Bow E Bow PlusPublié le 01/12/05 à 08:40
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for 3-4 years and I must say that it''s a great effect
    the bow has 2 modes INTERESTED enough, one of just playing the rle sustainer, the sustainer of other harmonics
    MODEL hh is the only of its kind exist, and in the words prcdemment my sidekick, long live the monopoly, because actually, 120 is expensive trs pay for a magnet and battery
    erf, nevertheless, the effect is INTERESTED and if you want to explore soundscapes just DIFFERENT, may be INTERESTED
    I once heard a guy who had just recorded a CD with an Ebow
    trs is INTERESTED
    Finally, I do not regret my choice, but must still have a useful tural buy it, given its price ....
  • E Bow E Bow PlusPublié le 05/17/05 à 03:15
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Pay 135. Yes it's expensive for a piece of plastoc ended badly. Yes, it's a mess in the beginners out anything decent. The packaging is fun, especially the badge. Examples of the tape are distracting trs.

    But ...

    This thing has changed my life.

    Provided information rgler and its volume and galistion, we can produce things that provide endless thrills. The harmonic mode provides a range of sensations ACCS particulires trs. Mutltifrquentielles caresses, sounds fivreux, landslides thrs ...

    I object.
cookies

We are using cookies!

Yes, Audiofanzine is using cookies. Since the last thing that we want is disturbing your diet with too much fat or too much sugar, you'll be glad to learn that we made them ourselves with fresh, organic and fair ingredients, and with a perfect nutritional balance. What this means is that the data we store in them is used to enhance your use of our website as well as improve your user experience on our pages (learn more). To configure your cookie preferences, click here.

We did not wait for a law to make us respect our members and visitors' privacy. The cookies that we use are only meant to improve your experience on our website.

Our cookies

Cookies not subject to consent

These are cookies that guarantee the proper functioning of Audiofanzine and allow its optimization. The website cannot function properly without these cookies.

Website preferences

We store your preferences so that you do not have to re-enter them every time your come back (forums options, dark or light theme, classifieds filter, standard or buzz news, newsletters popups...).

Log in

This one makes sure you don't have to re-enter your credentials every time you visit Audiofanzine.

Analytics

This data allows us to understand the use that our visitors make of our website in an attempt to improve it.

Advertising

This information allows us to show you personalized advertisements thanks to which Audiofanzine is financed. By unchecking this box you will still have advertisements but they may be less interesting :)

We did not wait for a law to make us respect our members and visitors' privacy. The cookies that we use are only meant to improve your experience on our website.

Our cookies

Cookies not subject to consent

These are cookies that guarantee the proper functioning of Audiofanzine and allow its optimization. The website cannot function properly without these cookies.

Website preferences

We store your preferences so that you do not have to re-enter them every time your come back (forums options, dark or light theme, classifieds filter, standard or buzz news, newsletters popups...).

Log in

This one makes sure you don't have to re-enter your credentials every time you visit Audiofanzine.

Analytics

This data allows us to understand the use that our visitors make of our website in an attempt to improve it.

Advertising

This information allows us to show you personalized advertisements thanks to which Audiofanzine is financed. By unchecking this box you will still have advertisements but they may be less interesting :)


You can find more details on data protection in our privacy policy.