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Octave Pedal with -1 and +2

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by ItsMattIThink, Feb 25, 2014.

  1. ItsMattIThink

    ItsMattIThink

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    Hey fellow Tb'ers,
    I feel I am on an futile search (mostly because I'm just as picky as the rest of you) for an octave pedal that can go AT LEAST one octave down and two octaves up.

    I've currently got a Whammy V and would love something very similar but that takes up a little less real estate on the ol' Pedalboard.

    Would ideally track a bit better on the octave down.

    Anybody know of anything that would fit this niche?
    I've been thinking the Boss PS-6 but haven't been able to find much as far as how well it tracks with bass.
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  2. russpurdy

    russpurdy Supporting Member

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    POG or a line 6 M9 with two of the banks set to pitch bend
  3. Denver Max

    Denver Max

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    Check out the Infanem second voice. You can do one down and 2 up at the same time, and a whole range of harmonies and octaves between them. Not sure how it tracks. Mine should be here within the week and I'll report back.
  4. ItsMattIThink

    ItsMattIThink

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    Oh my, that Second voice is crazy! Not quite what I'm looking for but crazy awesome nonetheless. I'm leaning more towards something very clean sounding as I'll be using it to do a lot of 2+ octave stuff with feedback/delay for crazy space textured stuff.

    M9 would be nice, a bit big and on the spendy side and I'm trying to SAVE space ha not use it all up. POG is tempting, very tempting.
  5. Denver Max

    Denver Max

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    It looks like you can dial out all the fuzz. Like I said, I haven't gotten it, so I don't know for sure. POG is probably your best bet.

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