In 1977, Eventide released the H949, standing on the shoulders of the H910 as the second in Eventide's family of Harmonizers. It introduced a formal micro pitch-shifting mode, which is a great sound for lead guitar virtuosos. It also had the first Reverse delays and introduced a Random pitch mode, which works great as an automatic double-track for guitars and vocals. And, the H949 conquered the 'glitch' by using advanced autocorrelation techniques. Bundle includes H949 Dual. (MSRP $199)

Features:

Multi-effects Harmonizer with de-glitching
Randomized and reversed delays
MicroPitch for small pitch intervals
Reverse pitch shift
Combination digital delay, pitch changer, and all-around special effects unit
Includes H949 Dual for stereo widening, doubling, and reverse link pitch alteration

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Capital Music Gear

Madison, WI, United States
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