#1
I fancy an Octave pedal and see that the Boss OC-3 will cost me around 80 of my british pounds.

For around this kind of money would people recommend anything different?

I currently have a dot 335, Laney VC25 with a DS-1, CD-1 and a Crybaby.
#2
picture yourself in a months time

do you still fancy an octave pedal?
Get off this damn forum and play your damn guitar.
#3
Quote by stevo_epi_SG_wo
picture yourself in a months time

do you still fancy an octave pedal?


Well I thought so. I thought it would give me a good way to get a fuller sound. I play mostly for myself. Gigging is rare.

What would you advise? I like Indie / rock music the most although I was originally taught classical getting up to grade 7 out of the 8 standard grades.
#4
Quote by iamhere
I fancy an Octave pedal and see that the Boss OC-3 will cost me around 80 of my british pounds.

For around this kind of money would people recommend anything different?

I currently have a dot 335, Laney VC25 with a DS-1, CD-1 and a Crybaby.


at mansons.co.uk for like £100 you can get the whammy WH4.

Id get that :P
#5
I might be wrong, but I don't think you'll find a more inexpensive polyphonic octave pedal than the OC-3.
Last edited by 667 at Jan 8, 2009,
#6
kk, thing is, octave pedals generally dont come cheap

i only played the boss briefly but others to look at are the EHX POG and micro POG.
Get off this damn forum and play your damn guitar.
#7
Quote by Anthony1991
at mansons.co.uk for like £100 you can get the whammy WH4.

Id get that :P


It appears to be £199!!!!!