Hugh Robjohns wrote:
Arpangel wrote:Back to the H9000, I have to agree, it is very, very good...
Hang on... my head's spinning... only a few posts ago you said:
Arpangel wrote:... the H9000 was considered, but I was scared off by real world user reports of bugs and an awkward UI and the fact it’s massively over priced for what it is.
... Not to mention the fans...
But now it's suddenly changed to become very, very good
I'm lost. Doesn't anyone have a map so I can get back to reality, please? :arrow: :crazy:
I’m talking about the actual "sound" not the bugs, or the extremely confusing and head damaging user interface, plus the price, it’s still a status symbol amongst pop stars home studios, in the past, certain items of technology gave the people that could afford it an edge, that gap has closed up now, with software, even though I’d much prefer a hardware unit. Software has bloated the price of hardware beyond belief, as it’s not strictly necessary, look at the price of boutique pedals? Eventide have been particularly savvy about getting into that market.
"The Eventide Lush, a selection of reverb algorithms from the H9000 in an affordable package, can you possibly resist it?"
I can just see them coming...
Hugh, if I had enough cash in the bank right now to not even blink about buying an H9000 I would, it’s fabulous, but unfortunately my TVR is stopping me from doing so.