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Eventide Eclipse Hi, I have an Eventide Eclipse 1119-000 Harmonizer effectprocessor. Unfortunatelly is completely dead. Is there anyone knows a repair shop where my Eventide can be repaired? Thanks for your help in advance. Gabor, Hungary my email address is: fejesker@externet.hu

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