HB3 wrote:Here's the latest cutting edge in bass guitar technology:
otolathe wrote:not sure this would work. have you ever tried to use e-bow on a bass? strings are too massive to really respond.
otolathe wrote:Voltor, would you happen to know the patent number(s) for Vo Power?
Voltor, if you look up this patent, I think it becomes apparent that what is claimed is that "Vo Power" is a system of controlling signals from a transducer, whether that transducer is electromagnetic or piezoelectric. Therefore, I do not believe that this patent is relevant to the behavior of the more massive bass string in an electromagnetic field. I'm no electrical engineer, but it seems intuitive that you would have to have a stronger electromagnetic field to sustain the vibration of a more massive string. The e-bow may not be capable of this because it is powered by a 9V battery (in contrast, you plug your Moog Guitar into the 120V wall outlet), but certainly this remains a physical consideration for a putative Moog Bass.
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