Before applying to become an EBS Artist. Please read thoroughly through the information below.
What does an Endorsment with EBS mean?
Why doesn’t EBS offer free gear to artists?
If you don’t care what you play as long as it is free, EBS is not the company
Do I/my band qualify for an endorsment? Do I need an endorsment?
1. Do I/my band tour and/or recording frequently?
2. Are a lot of people paying attention to what I do?
3. Am I seeking endorsment mainly because I need the support of a bass amp/pedal company
4. Finally, am I ready to invest something to get the best bass sound available?
5. If you said no on the first two questions, what else makes you stand
out in a way
If you reply ’yes’ on most of the above questions there is a good chance you will be accepted for an endorsment. If not, you need good reasons to convince us what makes you stand out.
What are the terms if I become an EBS Artist?
The terms for an agreement is subject to negotiation, but generally a three year commitment to use the gear exclusively (amps and cabinets) is required, and the right for EBS to use your name and picture to promote EBS products when suitable. A pedal deal does not require exclusivity, but it requires that the artist use the equipment frequently. We expect the artist to represent the company by showing appreciation in album covers, posting links to EBS website on their websites, using the equipment as much as possible on stage and mention the gear in interviews etc, etc.
All EBS Artists also have the right to have their profile posted on the EBS website and being considered as part of the EBS family!
By clicking ‘Accept’ I confirm I have read and understand the information above and are ready to apply for an endorsment with EBS according to the company policy.