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

"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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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.