Playing the guitar with a violin bow was once a rebellious act. The sound of which at best imitated a whale's mating call. Nowadays it is taken for granted as a commonplace noise an electric guitar can and should emit. Jimmy Page is remembered for his bowing of his electric guitar in the song "Dazed and Confused" and bands like Sigur Ros and Radiohead still opt for the classic bow. But when Greg Heet invented the EBow in 1969, bowing the guitar became much more fashionable (and convenient). The device (EBow stands for Electronic Bow or Energy Bow) is powered by battery and creates an electromagnetic vibration that sounds like a classical string instrument in its lack of plucked frets (they are moreso glided over with an endless sustain). The sound is especially great for creating haunting, intangible atmospherics. Here are ten songs by ten artists who put the EBow to great use.