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NPD Valeton OC-10

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by el murdoque, Jun 20, 2017.

  1. el murdoque

    el murdoque

    Mar 10, 2013
    I recently was looking for a pedal that sounded like an analog octaver without altering the tone by an octave and found nothing that really suited my needs, so i went with a normal octave instead. I mostly play my 6 string, so it's not too much to ask to just go an octave higher when i flip it on.

    Since I had a bit of credit with thomann, i decided to give the Valeton OC-10 a try.
    All by itself with the -1 octave dimed and dry and -2 octave at zero,
    it sounds a bit moog'ish, which is really what i was looking for.
    The housing feels reassuringly strong and the knobs work perfectly.
    The tracking is sweet. On my active 6 it produces usable output all the way down to the low G.
    It even tracks the B string's lowest frets, but the output is too much for my bedroom amp.

    It has been a long time for me to buy a cheap pedal from the far east, but right now, I'm happy.

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