TC Electronic Sub 'N' Up Octaver Dual Octave Pedal

Octaver Pedal with Controls for Dry, Up, Sub, Sub 2, 3-way Mode Switch, and TonePrint Capabilities
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A Powerful World of Octave Effects in a Compact Pedal

TC Electronic's Sub 'N' Up Octaver pedal has the power to turn your guitar tone into a ringing 12-string, a mammoth synth-style tone, and still offer plenty of control to create your very own soundscapes. Glistening upper octaves and earth-shaking lows are dialed in with the Up, Sub, and Sub 2 knobs. You can expand the tone with added effects, download artist Sub 'N' Up patches, and create your very own presets with TC's revolutionary TonePrint smartphone app and software. With all of this power under the hood, the Sub 'N' Up Octaver is a definite go-to at Sweetwater.

TC Electronic Sub 'N' Up Octaver Pedal Features:
  • Deeply editable octaver effects pedal
  • 3 blendable octaves with dry control
  • Vintage and modern sounds through poly and classic modes
  • Access to hundreds of pre-programmed sounds with TonePrint technology
  • Create your own custom TonePrints with the smartphone app
  • App allows for adding effects to the affected tone
  • True bypass switching
Create huge walls of sound with your TC Sub 'N' Up Octaver pedal.

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Octaver
Inputs 1 x 1/4"
Outputs 1 x 1/4"
True Bypass Yes
Power Source 9V DC power supply required (sold separately)
Batteries Optional 1 x 9V
Height 2.87"
Width 3.27"
Depth 5"
Weight 0.84 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 960822001

Customer Reviews

Based on 22 reviews
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Truly the new standard in polyphonic

I didn't expect anything revolutionary from this pedal when I ordered it for a shootout vs a few other sub synth pedals - BUT WOW! I have the POG and this surpasses it in several ways! They each still have their own qualities and I will be keeping both.
Music background: Engineer, mastering, musician

TC Sub 'N' Up

I've been using Octave pedals since the '70's and this is the best sounding and easiest to use by far.

Does what I wanted and more.

I had looked at several octave pedals and ultimately decided this was the one I had to have. It sounds great, tracks perfect, is cheaper than the EHX POG, and has the added toneprint technology. I haven't found the need to replace the default toneprint setting as it sounds just like you're playing an organ which fits nicely with the ambient textured sound I'm going for. It's solidly made and will not be leaving my board any time soon.


Really great sounds from this pedal. Works well to lay down a bass line. Really shines when adding both upper and lower octaves to add layers of harmonics.
Music background: Experienced Musician

Blown Away

...By all of the amazing features in this pedal! Think PitchFork meets P.O.G. meets Cathedral... and then some! The Sub'n'Up contains two very nice octave modes: Polyphonic, which delivers organic sounding multi-note tracking, and classic, which is awesome for a Hendrix 70's monophonic fuzz octave sound. The ability to control not one, not two, but four different intervals with this pedal means the sky is the limit. Add TonePrint and the ability to add a little modulation or reverb into the mix, and you can really tailor your sound to you. From traditional church music to lead solo harmonies to synthetic, robotic tones; this pedal does it all, and it does it quite well!
Music background: Hobbyist

Sweetwater Advice

TC Electronic Sub 'N' Up

In Poly mode - even with the ominous low rumble of its second sub-octave engaged - chords ring and rumble with surprising clarity and without pronounced latency or glitchy artifacts. But if glitchiness is what you're after, the Classic setting provides those raw, crooked sounds with ease. The second sub-octave is a huge part of the fun, especially when utilized on bass guitar through a proper bass amplifier. Truly filthy textures lurk in the upper range of this control....
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See also: Harmonizer Pedals, TC Electronic, TC Electronic Harmony Processors