Eventide Harmonizer Model H949

One of our favourite pieces of gear. Just serviced by our own tech. A great-sounding example of this...

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One of our favourite pieces of gear. Just serviced by our own tech. A great-sounding example of this early digital effect.

Early digital gear is in a class of its own. See below for a quick Instagram demo from when the synth tech put one through its paces while it was being serviced. It takes a simple beat from an old analogue drum machine and fires it into the space age. 40 years old and it still sounds like it has come from the future. And yes, Tony did immediately buy another so we could keep one in the studio.

If you want a good, concise run-down of what it does then this Eventide Harmonizer H949 page on Vintage Digital is a place to start. You can also find links to the manuals there.

This unit has been fully serviced and set up by our in-house tech. Has been fully re-capped and carefully calibrated. These are not simple units to work get right but we have extensive experience of them. The result in this case is a machine that is a particularly good sounding example.

Condition is good. Has rack rash on the top but the face has just a few signs of age. The rack rash along the top edge has been painted over in black. Note that the front panel has been riveted back on by a previous owner (does not affect use or access for servicing). Click on the photos to zoom in and see more shots.

Switchable voltage – will be set up for the buyer before shipping.

For sales in UK/EU the price will include VAT. VAT-free sales are possible to businesses and individuals in the EU (outside the UK) with a valid VAT Number – please get in touch if you wish to buy this way.

Demo of one of these shredding the beat from a 70s Teisco R-3A Rhythmer drum machine:


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