Why I Love My Eventide Stompbox

Eventide launches video contest to win an Eclipse V4      31/05/10

Why I Love My Eventide Stompbox


Following the overwhelming success of its first ever stompbox, the twin delay TimeFactor, Eventide is launching a video contest, entitled, Why I Love My Eventide Stompbox. Here's all the details direct from Eventide:
Eventide invites, Eventide stompbox users to send a short video (2-to-5-minutes) highlighting what they love most about their Eventide stompbox(es). Contestants will be judged on creativity and expertise with the winner receiving an Eclipse V4 compliments of Eventide.
The "Why I Love My Eventide Stompbox" contest kicks off on May 25, 2010 and through September 1, 2010 winners will be announced on Eventide's website on September 23, 2010.
"Since Eventide introduced our new line of stompboxes, we have received unprecedented positive feedback from guitarists, keyboardists and players of a wide variety of instruments," said Ray Maxwell, Eventide vice president of sales and marketing. "Now, as a way of sharing the enthusiasm for our stompboxes, we've decided to create a venue for showcasing the many ways to love our stompboxes. The winner will receive a brand new Eclipse V4 Harmonizer® performance effects processor as the prize for the most outstanding entry. So, here's your chance to show the world what you and our stompboxes can do."
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