I've been working on a setup to do the Royal Blood thing, split a bass signal and get both guitar and bass sounds out of it. Right now what I have is an EHX MicroPOG, run the bypass output to my bass pedalboard and then to the bass amp; I crank the octave up to max, turn the dry and octave down to zero, and run the effected line to a small guitar pedalboard (tuner - > Tubescreamer -> Delay -> amp). The problem I want to solve is the synthy "chirp" you get from the MicroPOG. To cover it and make it sound like a guitar, I have to crank the gain on the TubeScreamer, which sounds OK for what I'm doing for now but costs a lot of note definition. So I'm in the local GC yesterday and they have a full POG2 and it occurs to me to try and see if it makes the same octave-up "chirp" the MicroPOG does. It does - but I find it has a low-pass filter built in, and when I set that around half or so it tames the chirp a lot, really approaches the signal I want. However, it doesn't have the MicroPOG's bypass output, so it can't serve as an XY the way the smaller pedal does. So I figure option 1 would be to sell the MicroPOG, and buy a POG2 and an XY. But it occurs to me (option 2) it might be more cost-efficient if there's an affordable free-standing low-pass filter pedal on the market I could just add to the effected chain after the MicroPOG. However, searches aren't really turning up much. A Moogerfooger is too expensive to be a cost-efficient solution. There's the EHX Knockout, but I'm not sure it really does what I'm looking for - or does it? Any other ideas? Would just an EQ pedal roll out those highs and do the same thing?