So I am looking at getting into using pedals to push myself as a bassist into the realm of playing two parts at once. I won't get into all of the details since it's rather tedious, but nevertheless, I'm looking to split my signal into two chains. The first chain would maintain the lowend groove so either clean signal or lowend effects (xerograph, mammoth, oc-2, etc.) while the second chain is for doing experimental sounds. Part of the experiment is to run a pedal with octave up or two octave up and run that through delays, ring mods, oscillators, etc. Anyhow, I'm looking for a solid pedal to do this that can project the effect without any clean signal beneath it (since that would be going on in the first signal). At most I would want the option to put an OC-2 for an octave down on the first signal and a two octave up on the second signal giving me a three octave difference. I'm not wanting the Whammy since it is so big and with it being jam packed with features I feel it would be a waste to run only octave up(s). Would the Boss PS-5 pull this job off nicely? Does anyone have experience using the octave and two octave up on bass? And I don't care about the "digital" sound since it will be running through tons of effects it won't even matter. I care about it not glitching constantly and not tracking. If anyone has any ideas, let me know. I'd also rather not break my bank on this pedal and doesn't break the pedal board space! Hahaha. Thanks again for any help! Much appreciated!!