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    E-bow and fingerpicking improvisation on CGDA tenor guitar

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    Default Re: E-bow and fingerpicking on Tenor Guitar

    Hello,

    Sounds interesting but...
    What is a E-bow?
    How do you do this?

    Thanks in advance for explanation
    My english is not perfect.
    Nor my french anyway...

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilGox View Post
    Hello,

    Sounds interesting but...
    What is a E-bow?
    How do you do this?

    Thanks in advance for explanation
    Thanks.

    E-bow is "Electronic Bow"
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EBow

    or

    http://www.ebow.com/home.php
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    Wooow!!!

    Thanks a lot!
    I had never heard about this before.
    I need one!

    Do you think it can work with a mandolin, accoustic bass or banjo?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilGox View Post
    Wooow!!!

    Thanks a lot!
    I had never heard about this before.
    I need one!

    Do you think it can work with a mandolin, accoustic bass or banjo?
    I tried it on Mandolin. It does not work best.
    Acoustic bass or banjo I do not have. Well, I do not know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilGox View Post
    Do you think it can work with a mandolin
    Quote Originally Posted by ondrej View Post
    I tried it on Mandolin. It does not work best.
    I believe it would work with a 4, or 5, string electric mandolin, based on my understanding of how they, optimally, work. It would also work with an 8 string, but I believe there is a groove(s) that rides the string, which I could see being easier on a single course instrument.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan Kellstadt View Post
    I believe it would work with a 4, or 5, string electric mandolin, based on my understanding of how they, optimally, work. It would also work with an 8 string, but I believe there is a groove(s) that rides the string, which I could see being easier on a single course instrument.
    Yes. You described it well.
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    Nice!

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