Legendary effect in superb working order after a full overhaul and prolonged soak-testing. CONDITION: In very good cosmetic condition with...
Legendary effect in superb working order after a full overhaul and prolonged soak-testing.
CONDITION: In very good cosmetic condition with scuffs and scratches around the edges of the face. The case has some minor rack rash but presents very well overall. See photos for more information on cosmetic condition.
FUNCTIONING: Overhauled and in full working order. These machines require a serious amount of work to bring them back up to this state, not to mention the many, many hours of tech time that we’ve invested in to understand the way they were built and are meant to function. Even when we find “working” units, they may be making some great noises but are unlikely to be running as they should be; some have been worked on in the past and unpicking what “damage” has been done is also very laborious. This unit is covered by our normal 3 month warranty, and after that we will continue to provide paid-for service support.
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Switchable voltage – will be set up for your supply before shipping.
Over the last few years these have become some of our new favourite things. We’re really loving what these high quality, late 70s units do to even the simplest of sounds. Early digital gear is in a class all of its own and we are hooked.
See below for a quick Instagram demo 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.
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.
Demo of another H949 we had through shredding the beat from a 70s Teisco R-3A Rhythmer drum machine:
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