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Brett Lanier


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Post  Posted 9 Sep 2019 11:15 am    
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$500 shipped conus

This pedal does pretty much everything, and you probably know that if you're thinking about buying it.

It's all updated with the most recent firmware. I like it a lot but I've been using the Pitchfactor pedal for so long that I found out I'd rather not replace it with this, even though this does everything the Pitchfactor does and a whole lot more.

It has a little smudge on the top which is no big deal but worth mentioning. No box, manual, or power supply - but I will include a center positive power supply lead. I priced this as the cheapest H9 max available on the internet.

I'd consider a partial trade for a Source Audio Real Spring reverb, or Carl Martin Headroom spring reverb.



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Mitchell Smithey


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Dallas, USA
Post  Posted 9 Sep 2019 7:34 pm    
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Best price I have ever seen for the maxed out H9. I have 2 of these and use them all the time. They literally do every effect you can think of and they keep coming up with new ones. They work great with steel guitar.
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Brett Lanier


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Vermont
Post  Posted 9 Sep 2019 7:47 pm    
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Right on Mitchell! Maybe something worth mentioning for the prospective buyer.. If you buy this maxed out H9, you can buy a Core model (which is much cheaper) and by registering it under the same account, that Core model will become an H9 Max. Pretty cool that they did that.
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