electro-harmonix Octave Multiplexer PedalItem ID: OctaveMP
Octave Generator Pedal with High Filter, Bass Filter, and Blend Controls, Sub On/Off Switch, and Heavy-duty Construction
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Take your Low End to New Lows with this Octave Pedal!The Electro-Harmonix Octave Multiplexer octave pedal lets you get majorly deep bass tones an octave below the notes you're playing into the pedal. Two separate filters onboard the Octave Multiplexerlet you tailor the sub-octave signal to get just the tone you're looking for. Of course, you don't have to limit this unit to bass use; running guitars, keyboards, even vocals through this pedal gives you subterranean oomph for just about any application you like. And rugged metal construction means the Octave Multiplexer is always stage-ready!
Electro-Harmonix Octave Multiplexer Octave Pedal Features:
The Electro-Harmonix Octave Multiplexer gives you bottom end to spare, at a rock-bottom price!
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Todd, Dunedin, FL
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Great Analog Sound
by Alex from Greensboro, NCI play an American 4-string G&L in a rock band. Sometimes it's really nice to get that fat analog deep sound to kick the subs and enhance the music. I can go down to low a or b quite easily and it jus... read more [+]t really sits well for some things. For 75 bucks, it's hard to beat. Lots of tone control as well. ONE THING YOU MUST DO THOUGH: Only play one note at a time. This thing is strictly monophonic. If you need a polyphonic octave generator, then EHX makes one (the POG, and Micro POG). This thing will make all kinds of noises if you play two notes at once. So you must be controlled when using it, but heck, i guess you should have some control in general. close [-]
March 21, 2011
Music Background: Musician