Les Claypool, Bonnaroo 2006. I'm sure a lot of you have seen this clip. Not interested in a discussion on Les or his specific gear - just want another set of ears to help me dissect this so I can reasonably mimic it. Jump to the 23:00 mark of the video below - Les goes into a pretty cool synth-ish groove, but it doesn't quite sound like the typical octave>fuzz>filter. Am I hearing an octave blended parallel with fuzz>filter?? Or, assuming there is signal splitting, maybe the octave is before the split so it can be fed into to fuzz>filter as well as blended in? http://youtu.be/m77x-hlTEaU I ask because I currently do not have a split/blend pedal, and I'm wondering if something basic like a Mosquite would suffice, or if I'd need to go to something with multiple loops like an LS2 or similar. Want to avoid bigger form factors (the sfx split+mix would be great!). I don't have an octave yet either, as I need to research what will work well with my Stingray (leaning toward MXR BOD). FYI, will probably just use my B3K instead of a fuzz so I don't have to add an extra pedal for one sound, and using a Proton for a filter.