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Andee Blacksugar

Guitarist, musician

Black Sugar Transmission, Peter Murphy

“The H9 has become the Swiss Army Knife of my effects pedals; in one box, I can summon a whole host of everyday, functional, can't-leave-home-without-them effects like modulation, delay, harmonization, fuzz and pitch-warping -- as well as the potential for all manner of eyebrow-raising sonic demolition and apocalyptic aural meltdowns. The fidelity, durability and real-time tweak-ability is first-rate, and it's even got a tuner. Thanks to the H9, I can leave a dozen other pedals at home and sound better while I'm at it. When the show is over and someone incredulously asks me "how did you get those SOUNDS!?," the answer is invariably: 'Eventide.'”

Bio

Andee Blacksugar is the founder of Black Sugar Transmission, a Brooklyn based postpunk electro-pop outfit. Andee is a guitarist and a friend of Eventide's who has made a few appearances in H9 videos over the years.

Check out Andee's PitchFuzz demo

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Photo Credit: Ekaterina Pyshnenko

 

Gear

Guitarist, musician

Black Sugar Transmission, Peter Murphy

Bio

Andee Blacksugar is the founder of Black Sugar Transmission, a Brooklyn based postpunk electro-pop outfit. Andee is a guitarist and a friend of Eventide's who has made a few appearances in H9 videos over the years.

Check out Andee's PitchFuzz demo

Links

Photo Credit: Ekaterina Pyshnenko

 

Gear

“The H9 has become the Swiss Army Knife of my effects pedals; in one box, I can summon a whole host of everyday, functional, can't-leave-home-without-them effects like modulation, delay, harmonization, fuzz and pitch-warping -- as well as the potential for all manner of eyebrow-raising sonic demolition and apocalyptic aural meltdowns. The fidelity, durability and real-time tweak-ability is first-rate, and it's even got a tuner. Thanks to the H9, I can leave a dozen other pedals at home and sound better while I'm at it. When the show is over and someone incredulously asks me "how did you get those SOUNDS!?," the answer is invariably: 'Eventide.'”