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Re: ebow for piano

One of my dream instruments was a piano with an eBow on each string and velocity sensitivity mapped to the eBow strength, but it would be horribly expensive.

As far as your request, I've never heard of an eBow knockoff, so I guess Behringer's asleep at the wheel on this one.  I also suspect that a 9V powered eBow lacks the strength to make piano strings respond.  Also recall that pianos use multiple strings for the same note in many cases and that alignment of the eBow field and the string is crucial to making the effect work.


On Mon, Jul 28, 2008 at 2:52 AM, Erdem Helvacioglu <erdemhel@tnn.net> wrote:
for a new piano and guitar album, i would like to use as many as 10 ebows at the same time inside the piano ( resonating the strings ).  the new ebow plus is around 100$. is there another brand for ebow or another tool for resonating piano string indefinitely that is under 100$?
thanks a lot and best regards.