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Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by jackson0321, Feb 17, 2006.
should i buy it?
Yes, it'll make you grin like a gibbon.
you lucky lucky B!?%£?!
i just paypalled my $$$ last night. i guess you were right behind me in line.
does this thing do a clean octave up aswell?
cook steak dinner for it
i do that with mine.
I hate you
just kidding man, buy it!!
How long have you been on the list Jackson?
So... it is better then EBS, right?
just over two months
Just ordered mine too!
Much shorter list than the HG Thor Epoxy job I just had to pass up. Lucky you
I want sound clips!
Why does that sound both illegal AND dirty?
You don't want to know
(Bugs Bunny voice)
"He don't know me very well, do he?"
(/Bugs Bunny voice)
I got my Octron today, its great! The octave down sounds pretty similar to other pedals, the octave up is far clearer than a Roger Mayer Octavia and there's two octave up modes: the clear one and a fuzzier one(sounds like an octavia).
I'm not using it on bass, rather on a guitar. There'll be clips in the following days of it on a guitar if you want to hear it. http://runbeerrun2.tripod.com
When did you guys get on the list and how long did it take for you to get your pedals?!?!?
I got on about a month ago, just wondering how long I'm going to be waiting.
Oh and don't but the pedal if you are on the list and your name comes up... that will just speed up the process for me
So there is a clean octave up setting then?
Yep, the three knobs are octave up, direct, and octave down. There's internal trim pots for dirty/clean settings.
No there is not a clean octave up. The octave up sound is dirty. An upper octave in an anolog pedal design is the result of distortion. If you want a clean upper octave harmony, you need to use a digital pedal, like the Whammy or POG.