Electro-Harmonix reissues the Clockworks
Electro-Harmonix noticed that its Clockworks is still very appealing so they decided to reissue this rhythm generator and synth from the 70s.
The reissue of the Clockworks, with an all-metal chassis, may be related to the price the original model has on the second-hand market, which has reached almost £800 at a recent auction.
The Clockworks is an all analog clock and trigger for sequencers and drum machines. It does not generate sound itself but pulses that trigger external electronic devices. You can use it, for instance, with the EHX Crash Pad or the 8 Step Program, or both and more since the device features 4 connections for instruments/sequencers. The clock source can be either internal or proceeding from an external source.
The Clockworks ships with a 18V AC power supply. The US price announced is $293.73 which is much more affordable…
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