Hi all, Hope someone can help me here. I already posted this in an existing thread, but no answer yet. So please, no 'do a search'... I use (amongst others) an OC-2 and a B:assmaster. I prefer my octaver first in the chain, so it can have the purest signal to create the octave. However, I discovered that the B:assmaster sounds better with nothing in front of it; it loses less lows that way. So with the non-true-bypass OC-2 in front of it, the B:assmaster sounds thin (when OC-2 = off). But when I want to use them both together, the OC-2 after the B:assmaster is very glitchy; I guess because of all the harmonic content. So, in short: both orders have disadvantages. Do any of the experts here think that the same problem will occur with the octamizer, since it's not true-bypass, and that I can solve this by getting the MXR and putting it before the B:assmaster? Based on the reviews here I think I might prefer the Octamizer sound-wise, but not if it has the same problem I described. Thanks!