• MICHAEL DREGNI  |  Vintage Guitar Magazine
  • Eli Zeger  |  Red Bull Music Academy Daily
  • Michael Molenda | Guitar Player

"In the past, Jimmy Page played his Les Paul with a violin bow and waved his hands like a wizard over a Theremin. This sound was something new, however – something even more extraordinary. That drone-like voice came thanks to a Gizmotron, a bizarre and complex mechanical guitar add-on that would make Reuben Goldberg choke with envy."

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"What was once a fossil of rock and pop studio arrangement is soon to be a point of interest next month at the Summer NAMM in Nashville, the mid-year edition of one of the most highly regarded symposiums for musical equipment… “It’s going to entirely change the way electric guitar and bass is played. It’s not really a ‘reissue.’ It’s really a total reboot of an idea that failed in its original implementation.” The Gizmotron was on the brink of being a ’70s anachronism. Today, true success and celebration is finally a possibility."

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The Maximum Gear awards shine a spotlight on the most awesome gizmos we played with this past year. The products could be Editors’ Pick Award winners in 2015 (actually, in this case, from the December 2014 issue through the November 2015 issue), and/or devices that also blew our minds with incredible design, superlative value, transcendent craftsmanship, or fun factor.

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After years of Development, The GIZMOTRON® 2.0 is finally here

The Gizmotron® 2.0 is a patent-pending electro-mechanical bowing device that attaches to electric guitar or bass, enabling players to produce string sounds such as cello, viola or violin. With the Gizmotron® 2.0, you can create endless sustain, haunting drones or bow polyphonic chord arrangements. It is an effect that entices orchestral sounds from your instrument and unveils a new dimension of sonic enjoyment for players and listeners alike.