So here's my dilemma: I'm trying to build a decent-but-cheap rig to get a sound similar to Royal Blood. If you haven't heard of them yet, think The White Stripes, but backwards. The bassist/lead singer, Mike Kerr, is using multiple guitar and bass amps with pitch-shifting pedals to build a sound that sounds closer to a full band and it works! Instead of Jack White using an octave down, Mike uses an octave up for his lead sound. If you haven't heard them please click this! Anyways, for the foundation of my octave up setup, I have a TC Electronic Sub-N-Up mini pedals, a Behringer Bass Graphic EQ pedal, and a Fender Frontman 212r. Like I said, cheap! I have a variety of modulation and dirt pedals to fit in for the fun effects and crunch, but the previously-listed elements are really the foundation. I use the toneprint application for the Sub-N-Up pedal to adjust all the parameters for cleaning up the Octave-up sound. There always seems to be a little delay and some glitch-like sounds that are only noticeable when the octave-up side is solo'ed. I have heard that Kerr uses an EHX POG for his octave up, does anyone know how to adjust my pedal best to hit a tone that is closer to the POG? Along with that, I tend to cut the highs with the pedal and amp EQ to get a sound close to Queens of the Stone Age. I feel like their lead tone matches up well. I'm not really trying to make a complete copy of Royal Blood, but I know how much their sound works! Anything close or even better would be appreciated! Maybe I'm just tired of waiting on guitarists . Rock on!