#1
k so i finally found an ebow, and it just got delivered. my question is, can you use rechargable batteries with ebows? or will it not work? i'm afraid to try it myself
#2
I can't see why they wouldn't work and i would save money havin to buy new batterys all the time, go for it
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#3
sorry this is useless, but i misread this thread title as "elbow batteries"...

unless it says "do not use rechargable batteries" in the manual it should be fine.
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#4
Rechargeable batteries are pretty much like normal batteries, only you can recharge them. You can use them pretty much anywhere instead of normal batteries.
#6
for what its worth, batteries last for ages in ebows. or maybe its just that i never actually have an opportunity to use mine. what a waste that was.
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#7
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for what its worth, batteries last for ages in ebows. or maybe its just that i never actually have an opportunity to use mine. what a waste that was.

seriously? i love mine to death, i looked so hard for the damn thing.
#8
um sorry to be a noob but whats an ebow?
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um sorry to be a noob but whats an ebow?



it's a device that you can hold against the strings, it makes them vibrate indefinately, you can flick a switch and it forces the harmonic out of the note. quite an awesome device, really, just needs some practice to master.