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Dear Securb and Lreese
#1
or as I'll refer to you two from here on out, Bruce Lee:

You both suck.

I'm getting an H9, and I blame you guys.

Not now, I'm getting a bigger pedalboard so I can fit it and a PP Digital so I can power it and the rest of my pedals properly. But sometime in the next two months. As soon as I pay off my existing Sweetwater debt a few things there that I need, I'm going to replace my Hardwire Supernatural with the H9. Damn Sweetwater for offering 24 month interest free financing on the H9.
(05-06-2015, 11:27 AM)youngthrasher9 Wrote: If it came down to it, I might suck dick for my family.


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(06-15-2014, 09:29 PM)Agileguy Wrote: or as I'll refer to you two from here on out, Bruce Lee:

hahahaahahahahahahahahahahaha

awesome.

:poop:
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#3
So much for not needing another reverb, eh?

I understand your pain though, bro. There's just so much cool shit out there that we may never be satisfied.
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(06-15-2014, 10:27 PM)Big Flannel Wrote: So much for not needing another reverb, eh?

I understand your pain though, bro. There's just so much cool shit out there that we may never be satisfied.

It's not so much that I need another reverb as it is that the Supernatural isn't cutting it for me. I bought it because there was one clip that PGS Andy did with it just being used to fill the empty space, and it sounded fantastic. I really only NEED reverb for that. I enjoy using it for ambient stuff, and that's where the Supernatural excels. But it seems like the H9 can do everything from ambient to subtle and all of the in between. I've got very used to having presets on my Mobius and Timeline and I want to have a few different reverbs available at the touch of a switch.

Plus, there are a few other Eventide algorithms that I could make extremely good use of. I really want the Ring Mod and anything that can get cool synth tones will be super useful. I'm actually getting a 35" wide pedalboard mostly so I can get a volume pedal. I've wanted to do swell pads for so long but I don't have the board space for a volume pedal. This way I can put my wah and volume pedal on the board, plus have room for an H9+midi controller, a pedalboard interface, and perhaps enough room to put my Sunface back on.

I just ordered the pedalboard last night. I went with NYC Pedalboards because they seem awesome. It should be here in around two weeks, looking forward to it.
(05-06-2015, 11:27 AM)youngthrasher9 Wrote: If it came down to it, I might suck dick for my family.


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#5
I'm not knocking your decision at all. This Eventide boxes are unreal and I'm amazed that I haven't picked them all up yet.

Good call on the pedalboard, I still need to get one.
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#6
The reverbs are off the chains. The spring is my go to lead tone when I use a bit of verb. Some of the presets are amazing "Women in Love" nails Eddies tone out of the box as does "Panama". As far as powering it goes the H9 uses a non standard adaptor.
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#7
I'm actually toying with the idea of a 3rd - or getting an eclipse. If I didn't have to pay this lawyer I'd have it.

Its big achilles heel to me is no analog dry path - RJM to the rescue. Also have a couple of Suhr mixers. I've tried straight through and it seems change the tone a bit in a loop.

So my thing is getting that Landau 80s tone at times. Right now, its a Choralflange into the 2 H9's in parallel. One set to micro pitch, one to modechoverb. Otherwise, I stick with a light delay/plate reverb.

I hear the PedalPower Digital or Mondo will power it, need a special cable. Still, I'd just use the adapter.
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(06-16-2014, 06:09 AM)Big Flannel Wrote: I'm not knocking your decision at all. This Eventide boxes are unreal and I'm amazed that I haven't picked them all up yet.

Good call on the pedalboard, I still need to get one.

I'll let you know what I think of mine when it gets in. NYC boards seem like one of the best deals in pedalboards. They're priced comparably to the same size pedaltrain with hard case but I like the features even more.

Lee: I read about the digitizing of the signal and I guess I'll just have to experience it firsthand. If I really can't stand it for some reason I can always just get a Big Sky.
(05-06-2015, 11:27 AM)youngthrasher9 Wrote: If it came down to it, I might suck dick for my family.


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#9
Dealing with a mixer is no big deal - I got my RJM for $200 new - still need to split the signal, but can handle 4 stereo H9s or whatever in parallel.

Suhr mixers go for $140 used, but no splitter needed (2 needed for stereo). A neat function of the Suhr is you can use 2 insert cables to put 2 units in parallel.
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Well, the deed is done. I just ordered an H9 and it should be coming in next week. I've also got a Dunlop volume pedal coming in for when my new board arrives. It should be a lot of fun.
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