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  • #31
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HoSbHKpRI4M
    EBow Electronic Bow for Guitar

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-8Bga3-Mj8
    EBow instruction/tutorial animation

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8xsvATckV4
    Legacy - Bass Solo with EBow
    Last edited by vintagekiki; 10-09-2020, 10:15 PM. Reason: 1)
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    • #32
      Fernandes Sustainer.
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      • #33
        http://web.archive.org/web/20090212122115/http://fernandesguitars.com/sustainer.html
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        • #34
          https://www.fender.com/articles/gear/vintage-fender-effects-from-the-1950s-1980s

          Vintage Fender Effects From the 1950s-1980s

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          • #35
            Neil Young's Whizzer (the unit with the drink setting on it) , lots of cool stuff in this pic
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            • #36
              Sekova Model No. 99 Deluxe Alternado Fuzz Tone Expander Unit:

              Looks a lot like a stompbox, but actually requires an external footswitch for activation.

              http://www.effectsdatabase.com/model/sekova/99
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              • #37
                Originally posted by tboy View Post
                Sekova Model No. 99 Deluxe Alternado Fuzz Tone Expander Unit:

                Looks a lot like a stompbox, but actually requires an external footswitch for activation.

                http://www.effectsdatabase.com/model/sekova/99
                Wonder if its similar to the expandora?
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                • #38
                  I'm surprised I'm the first one bringing up the "talk box" offerings.

                  I guess everything was actuated by a pedal, pretty much. But I'm assuming this thread addresses effects that aren't self contained in a loop or their own box.

                  This is (said to be) Frampton's

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by nosaj View Post
                    Wonder if its similar to the expandora?
                    nosaj
                    No, its similar to Univox U-250 Uni-Fuzz

                    https://www.premierguitar.com/articles/1969_Univox_U_250_Uni_Fuzz


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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by Chuck H View Post
                      I'm surprised I'm the first one bringing up the "talk box" offerings.
                      Vocoder in the beginning (analog)
                      A talkbox has a similar sound to a vocoder, but the effect is achieved in a different manner.
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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by vintagekiki View Post
                        Vocoder in the beginning (analog)
                        A talkbox has a similar sound to a vocoder, but the effect is achieved in a different manner.
                        I'm not seeing it.?. And anyway, I think the range of products and their use in classic recordings earns the "talk box" stuff it's own mention.

                        When I was a kid, maybe fourteen or fifteen (I was already a nerd), I built my own talk box from parts I had around. The effects send on my amp went to a small amp that powered a speaker that I duct tapped into a funnel. A tube ran from the end of the funnel into my mouth. Then I plugged the mic into the effects return. Very rough version of the idea but I had some fun with it.
                        "Take two placebos, works twice as well." Enzo

                        "Now get off my lawn with your silicooties and boom-chucka speakers and computers masquerading as amplifiers" Justin Thomas

                        "Being born on third base and thinking that you must have hit a triple is pure delusion!" Steve A

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                        • #42
                          Talk box vs vocoder. Although the principles are different, (sound) effect is similar.
                          At the end, it all depends down to the inventiveness of the performers who use the instrument.
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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by Chuck H View Post
                            This is (said to be) Frampton's
                            HAH! How did I miss this? It's one of a pair of talkbox enclosures made by Bob Heil for Peter Frampton I guess in the early 1970's. 1981 I was tasked with making them work again, and so they did until their owner started using and selling custom-made pyramid shaped talkboxes under the "Framptone" name. Biggest problem was threads that were supposed to mate with a screw-in hi frequency driver were totally skunked. A friend who did auto machine shop work suggested fitting them with copper plumbing pipe adapters and PC-7 epoxy. Worked perfectly well, that's what you're seeing in this photo. January 2005 I spotted one of them on display in the Hollywood Florida House of Blues.

                            Enjoy. Every. Sandwich.

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                            • #44
                              The E-Bow got its mention, but that set off a nerve way back in my brain. Didn't I read about some gadget in the 1970's called the Gizmotron? Gizmo for short? Guitar Player covered it back then. Indeed, it got a mention on this website 14 Jun 2014 by the great waldo. https://music-electronics-forum.com/...ge2#post529398

                              Apparently Gizmotron is a motorized brush that fits on the guitar over the bridge. When the player switches it on, rotating bristles stroke the strings then it's a matter of hammering-on and palm-muting to get the chords & notes intended. 10cc's hit songwriting team Lol Creme and Kevin Godley are credited with having developed it in the mid 70's and there is a current version offered for sale.

                              Gizmotron website: https://www.gizmotron.com/aboutus

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by tboy View Post
                                Before electronic spring-reverb units, there were mechanical spring-reverb devices built into organ speaker cabinets. They were scary-looking things.
                                FWIW, Hammond necklace reverbs were not any more mechanical/less electronic than Accutronics/Gibbs etc. reverb pans. Principle is the same:
                                Electric motor excites a torsional wave that slowly propagates along the springs and induces a delayed signal voltage in the receiving generator. Multiple wave reflections add to reverb.
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