Eventide today unveiled the newest addition to its line of effects pedals: the PitchFactor Harmonizer stompbox.
The versatile PitchFactor showcases ten of Eventide’s trademark Harmonizer pitch and delay effects as well as 1.5 seconds of stereo delay and simultaneous pitchshifting effects, which results in the most flexible stompbox in its class. PitchFactor features 100 stunning presets, instant program change, true bypass, tap tempo, three footswitches for immediate preset access, MIDI, and the lush, uncompromised Eventide sound known around the world. Useable in mono or stereo, with line- or instrument-level inputs and outputs, PitchFactor is adaptable to a wide variety of guitar or bass rigs, studio and live sound applications.The effects featured in PitchFactor include: Micropitch, Diatonic Shifter, Quadravox, Harmodulator, H910/H949, PitchFlex, Octaver, Crystals, Harpeggiator and Synthonizer. Eventide has finessed these legendary effects into a full-featured, indestructible, cast metal performance machine that is small enough to fit on your pedal board or in your gig bag.Commenting on the release of the PitchFactor is Ray Maxwell, Eventide vice president of sales and marketing. “Many groundbreaking guitarists have used Eventide effects to enhance their sound over the last 38 years, including Jimmy Page, Frank Zappa, Steve Vai, Brian May, Eddie Van Halen, Peter Frampton, Robert Fripp, and John Petrucci, to name a few. We are pleased to announce the introduction of PitchFactor at Winter NAMM.”Eventide PitchFactor is available in March 2009 through premier guitar retailers worldwide and will retail at $599.
For more information, visit www.eventide.com.
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