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"Eventide Inducted into TEC Award Hall of Fame, 10/5/2007"

"Eventide Studio Quality Effects Pedals Information" Eventide Inducted into TEC Award Hall of Fame for H910 Harmonizer Pitch Processor 10/5/2007 - Anthony Agnello honored for developing original pitch processor — The prestigious TEC Awards Hall Of Fame Committee recently inducted Eventide for its 1974 innovation: the H910 Harmonizer® effects processor, which has been said to have turned music production on its head and ushered in a new era of music creation.

 The Eventide H910 Harmonizer effects processor forever changed the complexion of music enabling producers and artists to add texture to their recordings and performances in ways heretofore unimaginable.

 Yes vocalist, Jon Anderson, tested the first prototype. Users soon found all sorts of applications, ranging from regenerative arpeggios to bizarre sound design effects to lush guitar or vocal fattening.

 Early customers included New York City’s Channel 5 putting an H910 to work, downward pitch shifting the audio portion of “I Love Lucy” reruns that were sped up to squeeze in more commercials. Music engineered on the H910 became the soundtrack of the seventies and eighties drawing praise and extensive use from a select group of top artists and producers.

 Ideal for vocals, guitars and horns, the Eventide H910 was invented by then-engineer, now-chief technology officer, Tony Agnello. In 1974, Agnello conceived of a harmony processor but had little idea that he was creating a classic tool for the most successful artists of their generation. Jimmy Page was an early fan, incorporating the H910 into his guitar rack, and, similarly Frank Zappa employed it heavily as part of his guitar sound. Producer Tony Visconti used the H910 to achieve the now-legendary snare sound on David Bowie’s Young Americans, and Tony Platt did likewise on AC/DC's Back in Black. Eddie Van Halen and Steve Winwood also used the H910, each owning two of the units and incorporating them into their live and studio set-ups.

 “I conceived the H910 as new kind of musical instrument. My goal was to give musicians and engineers a new way to create and sculpt music; to create an instrument that allowed them to change pitch, to add depth, and to layer harmonies,” Agnello said today.

 “I was ecstatic that people like Frank Zappa and Tony Visconti embraced it and used it to explore new audio landscapes. After all, I was just a young engineer and we were a small company on the margins of the New York City studio community.

 Now, we’re all a little older and a bit more established in the business, and the TEC Award Hall of Fame Award is especially gratifying.” The Eventide H910 offered pitch shifting and digital delay with feedback enabling subtle thickening on voices and guitar tracks. Since 1971, Eventide has evolved and grown and has become a staple in the music production community with various hardware and software tools for the artist and producer.

Here is the Wonderful Eventide Line of Stomp Boxes. The Digital Delay and Associated Algorithm Effects they call the TimeFactor, ModFactor, and PitchFactor.


Studio Quality Effects at Your Feet
Top recording studios worldwide use Eventide effects on hit after hit. TimeFactor includes Eventide's best delay effects from the past 36 years without compromising quality OR flexibility.

Flexibility Built-In
Plug-and-play expression pedal control of wet/dry mix or any combination of parameters. Control program changes and vary parameters continuously via MIDI. Supports instrument or line level inputs and outputs. Plays well with others; adapts seamlessly with a wide variety of amps and other foot pedals.

Obsolescence is so 20th Century
Easy to upgrade; download new software from the Internet and install via USB.

•10 Stereo or Mono Delay effects
◦Digital Delay
◦Vintage Delay
◦Tape Echo
◦Mod Delay
◦Ducked Delay
◦Band Delay
◦Filter Pong
•Studio Quality Sound
•Instant Program Change
•Real-time control with 10 knobs, MIDI or expression pedal
•Tap Tempo and MIDI Clock Sync
•40 User Presets, unlimited through MIDI
•True Analog Bypass
•Rugged cast metal construction
•Metal footswitches for instant Preset access
•Mono or Stereo operation
•Guitar or Line Level Inputs and Outputs


Studio Quality Effects at Your Feet
Premier recording studios worldwide use Eventide on hit after hit. ModFactor features Eventide's 27 best modulation effects without compromising quality OR flexibility.

Flexibility Built-In
Plug-and-play expression pedal control of wet/dry mix or any combination of parameters. Control program changes and vary parameters continuously via MIDI. Supports instrument or line level inputs and outputs. Plays well with others; adapts seamlessly with a wide variety of amps and other foot pedals.

Obsolescence is so 20th Century

Easy to upgrade; download new software from the Internet and install via USB.

•27 of Eventide’s signature stereo or mono effects:
◦Liquid Chorus
◦Shimmer Chorus
◦Organic Chorus
◦Negative Phaser
◦Postive Phaser
◦BiPhase Phaser
◦Feedback Phaser
◦WahWah Q-Wah
◦Voc-Wah Q-Wah
◦Positive Flanger
◦Negative Flanger
◦Jet Flanger
◦Thru-o Flanger
◦Lowpass ModFilter
◦HiPass ModFilter
◦BandPass ModFilter
◦Standard Rotary
◦Giant Rotary
◦Bias Tremolo
◦Opto Tremolo
◦Modern Vibrato
◦Vintage Vibrato
◦Retro Vibrato
◦Pitch Undulator
◦Feedback Undulator
◦Ring (DC) Ringmod
◦String (AC) Ringmod
•Studio quality sound
•Software upgradeable via USB 2.0
•MIDI control via USB or MIDI in, out/thru
•Instant program change
•Real-time control with 10 knobs, MIDI, or expression pedal
•Tap tempo and MIDI clock sync
•40 factory presets, unlimited through MIDI
•True analog bypass
•Rugged cast metal construction
•Reliable metal footswitches for instant preset access
•Mono or stereo operation
•Guitar or line level inputs and outputs


Studio Quality Effects at Your Feet
Top recording studios worldwide use Eventide effects on hit after hit. PitchFactor includes Eventide's best pitch-changing effects from the past 36 years without compromising quality OR flexibility.

Flexibility Built-In
Plug-and-play expression pedal control of wet/dry mix or any combination of parameters. Control program changes and vary parameters continuously via MIDI. Supports instrument or line level inputs and outputs. Plays well with others; adapts seamlessly with a wide variety of amps and other foot pedals.

Obsolescence is so 20th Century

Easy to upgrade; download new software from the Internet and install via USB.

•10 of Eventide’s signature stereo or mono pitch+delay effects:
◦H910 / H949
•Up to 4 voices of diatonic pitch shifting and up to 1.5 seconds of stereo delay
•Studio quality sound
•Guitar or bass compatible
•Built-in Tuner
•Software upgradeable via USB 2.0
•MIDI control via USB or MIDI in, out/thru
•Instant program change
•Real-time control with 10 knobs, MIDI, or expression pedal
•Tap tempo and MIDI clock sync
•100 factory presets, unlimited through MIDI
•True analog bypass
•Rugged cast metal construction
•Reliable metal footswitches for instant preset access
•Mono or stereo operation
•Guitar or line level inputs and outputs

Review:    Eventide ModFactor and TimeFactor
By Devon Brent
Date: October 2007
There are effects processors, and then there is Eventide. Highly respected for its top quality processors, with a price tag to match, Eventide has been a name that only guitarists and other players with deep pockets have had the luxury of having in their racks. With the introduction of Eventide’s ModFactor (Modulation Effects) and TimeFactor (Twin Delay) stomp boxes, the price barrier has been broken, but what about the quality? Read on, fellow shredders!

In common

The Eventide TimeFactor and ModFactor stomp boxes are physically identical pedals, except for their colors and knob labeling. Along the back there are two  1/4” unbalanced input jacks, Left (Mono) and Right, with 500k ohms of impedance. A single toggle switch allows you to switch between Guitar level and Line level for both inputs. The two outputs, also Left (Mono) and Right, as also unbalanced 1/4” phone jacks, switchable between Amp and Line level. This configuration offers great flexibility—you can put the processor between your guitar and amp, or onto an amp’s effects loop, or even an aux send/return on a mixing console.

Next in line are two more 1/4” phone jacks, one for hooking up a three-way auxiliary foot switch and one for an expression pedal. Next, there is a USB Type B jack for hooking up to a PC for MIDI and fir mware updates. Finally, there is a 9VDC adapter outlet for hooking up the requisite wall wart to power the unit; battery power is not an option.

Along the right side of the unit are two standard MIDI 5-pin DIN connectors—MIDI In and MIDI Out/Thru. On the top of the unit are 11 knobs, an LED ‘billboard’ to show the current parameter being changed, bank selection, etc., and three metal foot switches labeled Active on the left, Slow/Fast for the ModFactor or Repeat on the Delay Factor for the middle, and Tap on the right.

Bypass and MIDI

It’s also worth noting that the two Factor pedals have three different types of audio bypass: DSP Bypass, Relay Bypass, and DSP+DLY Bypass. The DSP bypass is an electronics bypass of the effects processor. The Relay Bypass will ‘hard wire’ bypass the audio signal path. The DSP+DLY bypass allows the current effect to be bypassed without abruptly killing the tail of the effect that’s still playing.

The addition of MIDI and USB ports is another very cool feature for a stomp box. It’s possible to do things like set your DAW’s host to send patch change information to the pedal or dump out your custom edited patches as System Exclusive (.syx) files. Total recall of patch information without having to touch the unit on a per song basis for a stomp box is just oh so nice. Do note—only USB or MIDI is active, but not both at the same time.

Now let’s dig in and see what differentiates each pedal.

Eventide ModFactor

The ModFactor has a total of ten effects to choose from: Chorus, Phaser, Q-Wah, Flanger, ModFilter, Rotary, TremoloPan, Vibrato, Undulator, and RingMod. There are 40 user presets.

Each of the individual effects offers two to four different types of effects. For example, the Chorus offers a Liquid, Organic and Shimmer type, and the Phaser has Negative, Positive, Feedback and BiPhase types. Each effect has access to two LFOs (Low Frequency Oscillators) to modulate the sound.

The ModFactor has two rows of knobs, six along the top and five directly below those. The top row consists of Intensity, Type, Depth, Speed, Shape, and Xnob. The Xnob parameter modifies a parameter that’s unique to each effect. The bottom row which controls the second LFO consists of D-Mod, S-Mod, Mod Rate and Mod Source. The fifth and final knob is to toggle between tempo on and off (in musical divisions such as 1/64th, 1/8 dotted, 16th triplets, etc.) or in milliseconds, which is very cool. For classic-type modulation effects, the top row of knobs is all you’ll need. The bottom row of knobs allows the second LFO to modulate the first LFO, which is very cool.

These effects are truly a cut above the ‘average’ stomp box. While I thoroughly enjoyed all the effects, it was the Undulator effect that really makes this pedal scream “Eventide” to me. This liquid, over-the-top effect just rocks for slow, atmospheric playing on the guitar.

Eventide TimeFactor

The TimeFactor has 10 delay effects: Digital Delay, Vintage Delay, TapeEcho, ModDelay, DuckedDelay, BandDelay, FilterPong, MultiTap, Reverse, and Looper. Most notable is the Looper mode, which gives up to 48 seconds of mono recording time. Do note—high sound quality is only available in the 6- and 12-second mono recording mode; the 24- and 48-second mode takes a quality hit to extend the recording time past the 12-second recording buffer. There are 20 user presets.

The TimeFactor also has two rows of knobs, six along the top and five below that. The top six consist of Mix, Delay Mix, Delay Time A and B, and Feedback A and B, allowing independent adjustment of the two incoming delay lines into the unit. The knobs in the bottom row—Xnob, Depth, Speed and Filter—are specific to each of the previously mentioned effects algorithms. The fifth and final knob toggles between tempo on and off in musical divisions or in milliseconds, all the way up to 3000 milliseconds.

Delays are by far my favorite effects, and I own and use a lot of them, both in hardware and software, so it takes something a little special to make me go ‘wow’. With the TimeFactor, I had a real hard time keeping that smile off my face. Dense, warbly, spacious and rich, these delays have that Eventide signature sound written all over them. If you’ve ever wanted a delay that offers great special effects features as well as plain-Jane delay effects, this is the pedal to get.

Wish list

I have only one serious gripe with these amazing pedals. Why only 20 user presets on the TimeFactor and 40 user presets on the ModFactor? Even my old Yamaha FX550 guitar processor from 1995 has 50 presets plus 50 user editable programs. With such a good amount of settings and control, these Eventide units just beg to have at least 100 preset locations. Or maybe I’m just too spoiled by the high count of presets in Eventide’s top-tier processors?


Eventide has always had that little bit of something special to its sound. These new arrivals bring some of that special sound closer to the budgt-minded among us—and not just guitarists will be delighted by these pedals, as they work equally well with other instruments and synthesizers.

Sound sweetening has never been so good, or so affordable. These boxes are highly recommended by this keyboard- and guitar-slinging author.

Prices: $499 each

More from: Eventide, Inc., One Alsan Way, Little Ferry, NJ 07643. 201/641-1200, www.eventide.com.

Devon Brent lives and works and plays in Jacksonville. After months of PC articles and reviews, just being able to enjoy playing guitar was one heck of a relief.



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Ball Bangkaew    Thailand  
Bengbeng Pas  RG1520G  Indonesia 
Bert Treborikki  AFS77TMG  Thailand  
Cesareo Elio e le Storie Tese  Custom RG (3x), AW1000CE-RLG  Italy 
Choky Netral  AR300  Indonesia 
Dominic The Chronicals of Israfel  CUST. SC420  Canada 
Eddie Autobahn  AS200  Thailand  
Fuzz Rolla, Deep Banana Blackout  TM71  U.S.A. 
Gravy Mushroomhead  CUST. RG7420  U.S.A. 
Hiro Head Phones President  RG7  Japan  
Karukan ONMYO-ZA  RGA  Japan  
Kati Kati Band  AG75  Thailand  
Kazi YAMA-ARASHI  RG7  Japan 
Logan Broken Pony  SZ320BK  U.S.A. 
Mar Head Phones President  RG7  Japan  
Munky Korn  K7  U.S.A.  
Noodles The Offspring  NDM1  U.S.A.  
Oad Street Funk Rollers  SZ520QM  Thailand 
Oga YAMA-ARASHI  RG7  Japan 
Ohm Craftman Record  AF75BS  Thailand  
Prart Prart Music Group    Thailand  
Ritz Metalasia  RG  Malaysia 
Schon Crave  RG  Japan 
Ton Dezember, Zanax  RG470FM  Thailand 
Kessier SERAPHIM  RG8670  Taiwan R.O.C.  
Head H2C  K7  U.S.A. 
Ihsahn Ihsahn, Emperor  RGT320Q RBB  Norway  
Aaron Richert Timelord  RGT42DX  U.S.A.  
Addy Rasidi Jive Talking, Cradle  RG320Q, AWS1000ECE  Singapore  
Adriel Garcia City Sleeps  CUST.SA160  U.S.A.  
AJ Harvey Last Chance To Reason  S7320  U.S.A.  
Alejandro Silva Alejandro Silva Power Cuarteto  RGA321F  Chile 
Alex Lee Bonded By Blood  RG2550  U.S.A. 
Alex Colin-Tocqaine Agressor/Loudblast  RG2550 EXGK  France  
Andy Martin   CUST. RG420  U.S.A. 
Andy Jackson Hot Rod Circuit  JTKII  U.S.A.  
Angelo Pierattini Weichafe  AR2000-VV  Chile  
Antoine Lussier Ion Dissonance  RG1527  Canada  
Arthur Seay House of Broken Promises  CUST. AR250  U.S.A. 
Asanee Chotikun Asanee Wason  RG3120  Thailand  
Atsushi Miyamoto Opus Dai  ARX500  U.S.A. 
Audley Chisholm Maxi Priest, Big Mountain  RGT42FMDR  U.S.A.  
Bane Jelic   RG7620  Serbia 
Barry Stock Three Days Grace  SZ320BK  Canada 
Ben O'Neill Musiq Soulchild, The Mini Q's  ARX, Artcore  U.S.A.  
Ben Lionetti Emmure  SZ720  U.S.A. 
Ben Parrish Demiricous  S470  U.S.A.  
Benjamin Lechuga Delta  RGT3170-TV  Chile 
Benoit POL Benoit POL Group  RGA321F, RG2620-CBL, JPM100  France 
Bill Hudson Cellador  RG1527  U.S.A.  
Billy Graziadei Biohazard  AX7221  U.S.A.  
Bob Weir RatDog, The Dead  BWM1  U.S.A.  
Bobby Thompson Job For a Cowboy  RG  U.S.A.  
Bor Zuljan   SA  Slovenia 
Brad Delson Linkin Park  RG7620  U.S.A.  
Brandon Reihana BLINDSPOTT  RG7620-RB,RG2621WH, AX120GP  New Zealand 
Brent Rambler August Burns Red  RG  U.S.A.  
Brian Forbes Light This City  XPT  U.S.A. 
Brian Leppke Bleeding Through  RGA121  U.S.A.  
Brian Maillard Solid Vision  RG1620X-GK  Italy 
Buz Mcgrath Unearth  CUST. S7620  U.S.A.  
Chema Vilchez   AM200AV  Spain 
Chris Stalder X Age, Jodyacs  RG2120XTLB, AR2000VV  Switzerland  
Chris Camozzi Michael Bolton  CUST. SA160, AS120  U.S.A.  
Chris Broderick Megadeth  RG1527  U.S.A.  
Chris Arp Psyopus  RGT42RP  U.S.A.  
Christofer Malmstrom Darkane  RG3120  Sweden  
Christophe RIME RIME  S2170FB Prestige, UV777  France 
Claudio Cordero Matraz  RG3270  Chile  
Cory Arford Carnifex  S7320  U.S.A.  
Cristi Gram Phoenix  RG350EX-BK  Romania 
Cristobal Arriagada Alejandro Silva Power Cuarteto  RG2820  Chile 
Curtis Chambers Franklin Bridge  SZ  U.S.A.  
Curtis Ward Bring Me The Horizon  RG  U.K.  
Dan Carter The Lucky Nine  Guitar SZ1220  U.K.  
Daniel Telis   RG2027X  Argentina 
Danny Guy Ignominious Incarceration  S2170  U.K. 
Dave Weiner Steve Vai  CUST. RG7420  U.S.A. 
Dave Uhrich   CUST. RG550  U.S.A. 
Dave Aguilera Bleed The Dream  ARX Custom  U.S.A.  
David Fransson Divison of Laura Lee  JTKII  Sweden  
David Manley Jill Scott, Philasophik and Alo Brasil  AM73TBR  U.S.A.  
David Williams Michael Jackson  CUST. SA160  U.S.A. 
David Shoaf Killwhitneydead, The Demonstration  S620EXQMTGB  U.S.A.  
Dexter Holland The Offspring  CUST. RG570  U.S.A.  
Dino Cazares Divine Heresy, Asesino  CUST. RG7420  U.S.A.  
Doug Doppler Doppler Inc.  S7470  U.S.A. 
Dustie Waring Between The Buried And Me  S1625  U.S.A. 
Dwight Sills   AS200, S540  U.S.A. 
Ed Faris Adema  RG7  U.S.A.  
Edouard Algaillon Star Academy  SZ1220TKF  France 
Elias Viljanen Sonata Arctica  CUST. UV  Finland 
Eric Krasno Soulive  CUST. AS200  U.S.A.  
Eric Sands   RG  U.S.A. 
Eugeny Levin Alisa    Russia  
Everton Waldman R/T  RG1527, RG2020X  Brazil  
Eyal Levi Daath  SZ2020EX  U.S.A.  
Fabi Araval Konfesion  RGA321F  Chile  
Fabien Galland Julie Zenatti  AS 200, SZ520, AW 1500  France  
Fletcher Dragge Pennywise  CUST. RG420  U.S.A.  
Frank Tijdink   RG550EXGK  Netherlands  
Fredrik Thordendal Meshuggah  CUST. RG7620  Sweden 
Gabriel Hidalgo Six Magics  RG1550GX  Chile  
Gary Lenaire   SZ720  U.S.A.  
Gav King Fields of the Nephilim  RGT42, Artcore  U.K. 
George Benson   GB200, GB10  U.S.A.  
Georges Floride Jadallys  RG2077XLRB, RG1527BP  France  
Gisle Torvik Independent  AS103, AF125  Norway  
Gizz Butt The More I See  AX7221  U.K.  
Herman Li Dragonforce  EGEN18 TVF  U.K.  
Hikaru Yoshida ex. derZibet, PUGS  Talman  Japan 
Hironobu Saito   AR  Japan 
Honza Kirk Behunek Solo Artist, SEVEN  RG15  Czech  
I Wayan Balawan   SA420  Indonesia 
Igor Lapuhin Nogu Svelo  SZ1220, SZ520, SA1260  Russia 
Igor Romanov Alisa  J-Custom RG, RGA  Russia 
Jackson Benge (hed) planet earth  RG1527  U.S.A.  
Jaime Teissere Droid    U.S.A.  
Jake Scott Salt the Wound  RG7321  U.S.A. 
James Love   RG  U.S.A.  
James McIlroy   RGT2020, RG1570  U.S.A.  
Jani Liimatainen   CUST. DT200, RG  Finland  
Jari Mäenpää Wintersun    Finland 
Jason Hannon Gizmachi  RG1527  U.S.A.  
Javi Valero O'Funk'illo  RG  Spain 
Javier Bassino Farenheit  RG3271-DBK (Left Handed)  Chile  
JB Brubaker August Burns Red  RG1527  U.S.A.  
Jeremiah Scott Destroy Destroy Destroy  XPT700  U.S.A. 
Jesse Ketive Emmure  RG7321  U.S.A.  
Ji Yuan Aerial Carnival  J Custom  China 
Jim Davies Hyper , Victory Pill  SZ  U.K. 
Jimmy Jansson   AX,SA  Sweden  
Joe Satriani   JS1000  U.S.A. 
Joel Haines independent  GB, JS Custom  New Zealand  
John Scofield   JSM100  U.S.A. 
John Lamacchia Spylacopa, Candiria  AXS32TKF  U.S.A. 
Jon Kita Diecast  S470, S7420  U.S.A.  
Jon Greasley Vega  RG7620  U.S.A. 
Jon Finn Jon Finn Group  CUST. SC420  U.S.A.  
Jonas Jarlsby Avatar  RG2610E-BK, SZ720FM-TG  Sweden  
Juan Juarez Bonded By Blood  RG2550  U.S.A. 
Juan Carlos Jimenez Gomez MALÚ  SA-AE-Artcore  Spain 
Juan Carlos Martin Lopez Mago de Oz  RG  Spain  
Juan Pablo Lobos   RGT220H-SOL  Venezuela  
Justin Shekoski Saosin  RG550  U.S.A.  
Kamal Musallam Kamal Musallam Group  AF105  UAE 
Kasperi Heikkinen Amberian Dawn / Iconofear  RG  Finland  
Keith Aazami Bad Acid Trip  AR250  U.S.A. 
Ken Susi Unearth  CUST. S7620  U.S.A. 
Kevin Palmer Amity Lane  CUST. SA160  U.S.A. 
King Shah Metalasia  RG  Malaysia 
Kirk Kolaitis Diecast  RG520  U.S.A.  
Kit Wray Into the Moat  RGT220  U.S.A.  
Koji Tsumoto   Japan 
Kristian Niemann Therion, Demonoid  RG  Sweden  
Kristian Hermansson   Custom RG470L  Sweden 
Krzysztof Misiak Chylinska  RG1527, S1625-TKS  Poland  
Lance Arny Flaw  RG1077XL  U.S.A.  
Larry Mitchell   SZ520, SZ720  U.S.A.  
Layne Meylain Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza  S7320  U.S.A. 
Lee Malia Bring Me The Horizon  RG  U.K.  
Lolo Alvarez Victimas del Mainstream  AR-SA-AEL  Spain 
Luke Hoskin Protest the Hero  S470  U.S.A. 
Maew Jirasak Panpum Mad Catz  S2120X  Thailand  
Magnus Olsson   RG3120-VV(live), RG3120-TW(stu  Sweden  
Manu Livertout Scarve  RG7  France  
Mark Jansen Epica  S7  Netherlands 
Mark Gemini Thwaite The Mission, Tricky  SZ720FM  UK 
Martin Hagstrom Meshuggah  CUST. RG7420  Sweden  
Marty Friedman   SZ  U.S.A.  
Matt Bachand Shadows Fall  MBM  U.S.A.  
Matt Roberts 3 Doors Down  CUST. RG570  U.S.A. 
Matt Good From First to Last  IC400  U.S.A.  
Matt Aub Timelord  XPT700  U.S.A.  
Max Flovik Lillasyster  AXS, RG7321, EW20  Sweden  
Michael Keene The Faceless  XPT700  U.S.A.  
Mick Thomson Slipknot  CUST. RG2020  U.S.A. 
Mikael Lagerblad One Man Army and the Undead Quartet  S-series  Sweden  
Mike Lerner Behold...the Arctopus  Custom RG550  U.S.A.  
Mike Shinoda Linkin Park  RG321  U.S.A.  
Mike Laurino Gizmachi  RG1527  U.S.A.  
Mike Dewolf Taproot  CUST. AX120  U.S.A.  
Minoru Kojima   RG7, AX  Japan  
Mordy Ferber   S540  U.S.A.  
Muhammed Suicmez Necrophagist  XPT  Germany  
Nick Hipa As I Lay Dying  ART  U.S.A. 
Noah Carpenter Skinless  XPT700  U.S.A.  
Norathep Maesaeng Cresendo, T-Bone  AF105  Thailand  
Norman Brown   CUST. AF120, GB10  U.S.A.  
Oli Herbert All That Remains  S1625  U.S.A.  
Omar Rodriguez-Lopez The Mars Volta  AX120  U.S.A. 
Pablo Stipicic Blackout  RGA121  Chile  
Pancho Rojas Dama Juana  AR3000-VV  Chile 
Parker Lauzon Evans Blue  SZ  Canada  
Pascal Cheseaux P.M.T. - Pre Menstrual Tension  SZ320-BK  Switzerland  
Pat Metheny   PM120  U.S.A.  
Pat Pattison Straight Line Stitch  RGA121  U.S.A. 
Patrick Rondat Patrick Rondat, Elegy  RG Prestige custom  France 
Paul Reid Independent, Beverley Knight, Liberty X, Billy Crawford/ Ms Dynamite  RGA  UK 
Paul Gilbert Racer X  PGM301WH  U.S.A.  
Paul Raymond UFO  Cust. IC400BK  U.K.  
Paul Hanson   RG550  U.S.A.  
Paul Waggoner Between The Buried And Me  S1625TKS  U.S.A. 
Pavel Zeburuev   Russia 
Pekka Kiviaho One Man Army and the Undead Quartet  RG2620-CBK  Sweden  
Pekka Olkkonen Stam1na  RG1527-RB  Finland  
Per Gade Billy Cobham/Airto Moreira  AF105FNT  Denmark  
Pete Ricci Lo-Pro  SZ520  U.S.A. 
Pete Lesperance Harem Scarem, Fair Ground  CUST. SZ520  Canada  
Philippe Robert Roch Voisine,Wazimba  Talman series  France 
Pop Waravit Rancorous  RG2020  Thailand 
Ralf Sommerfeld Summerfield  US Custom  Germany 
Ramon Ortiz Ankla  CUST. RG7420  U.S.A.  
Ravi Bhadriraju Job For a Cowboy  S2170  U.S.A.  
Ricky Belloni New Trolls  S1540FM-TTS  Italy  
Rikk Beatty Rikk Beatty Band  RG3520  U.S.A.  
Rob Balducci   RG7420  U.S.A.  
Rob Patterson Circus Diablo,Doctor Z  CUST. IC300, RG1527  U.S.A. 
Rob Johnson Magnitude 9  CUST. RG7420  U.S.A.  
Robbie Furze PANIC DHH    U.K.  
Roberto R. Rodrigo AIRLESS  RG  Spain  
Rocky George Fishbone  RG570  U.S.A.  
Roland Gebhardt Ro Gebhardt`s Blow  AM200AV  Germany 
Rudi Buttas Pur    Germany  
Ryan Hansen Light This City  XPT  U.S.A. 
Ryan Knight Arsis  RG550  U.S.A.  
Ryan Gudmunds Carnifex  S7320  U.S.A. 
Sam Totman Dragonforce  STM1 WH  U.K.  
Sammy Black LOVEX  RG. TCY. JEM. UV  Finland 
Sander Hoek Independent  RGT220A-NTF, AW85ECE-RLG  Netherlands 
Scott Hull Pig Destroyer  RG2228  U.S.A.  
Scott Ueda Seven Stitches  JKII  U.S.A. 
Scott Wilson Demiricous  S470  U.S.A. 
Scott Danough   RGT220  U.S.A.  
Sean Kipe Course of Nature  ARX  U.S.A.  
Sebastien Chaput Ion Dissonance  RG1527  Canada  
Sergey Popov Aria  J-Custom S9870, J-Custom RG180  Russia  
Seth Thacker Straight Line Stitch  RGA121  U.S.A.  
Simon Andersson Avatar  RG2610E-BK  Sweden  
Steve Brown Ignominious Incarceration  S2170  U.K. 
Steve Bello Steve Bello Band  RG7  U.S.A.  
Steve Vai   JEM7VWH, JEM7VBK, UV777PBK, JEM555BK  U.S.A. 
Steve Richards Taproot  CUST. IBZ  U.S.A. 
Steve Miloszewski City Sleeps  CUST. SA160  U.S.A.  
Steve Holt 36 Crazyfists  SZ320  U.S.A.  
Tarver Marsh A Different Self  SZ720  U.S.A.  
Teemu Mantysaari Wintersun  RG321F-SPB, RGA121-NTF  Finland  
Terry Balsamo Evanescence  RG570  U.S.A.  
Thomas Muster Shakra  SZ320-BK, SZ520QM-BBL  Switzerland 
Tim Roth Into Eternity  S470  Canada  
Todd Deguchi   AX220  U.S.A.  
Tom Fischer Celtic Frost  Iceman  U.S.A.  
Tommy Svela   RGT42DX  Norway  
Tony Triano   RGA  Spain  
Tony G. Hernando   Guitars: RG,USA Custom  Spain 
Tosin Abasi   RG1527  U.S.A. 
Trond "Teeny" Holter Wig Wam  RG1570MRB  Norway  
Vince Stropki Salt the Wound  RG7321  U.S.A. 
Vlad Tanaskovic Evans Blue  AX  Canada  
Vladimir Khoryjii     Russia 
Way Barrier Destroy Destroy Destroy  XPT700  U.S.A.  
Yann Armellino   SZ 520  France  
Yannick Robert Yannick Robert  S2020X, SC420fretless Y.Robert  France 
Yasushi Muratori MURATORIX  RG7  Japan  
Zlatko "Slädu" Perica Burn, DJ Bobo, Tangerine Dream  RG-SWISS , RG2120X-TLB , UV777P-BK  Switzerland 



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