#1
Ok, so i would like to get an octaver to fatten up my sound in live shows. My question is whether your original signal comes through; ie, do you have both octaves of the note playing at the same time. that's what i had in mind. also, links to appropriate pedals would be nice. budget is below 200$.
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#2
ehx multiplexer?

you're looking for an octave down, right?
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#3
yes correct, and i'd be able to mix between the original and the octave down?
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#5
also look at the EHX Micro POG, It's $210 new, but you could find one used under $200 easy. It has One Octave Up, One Octave Down, and a Dry Signal mix, so you can get that sub octave and original mix you are looking for.

http://www.ehx.com/products/micro-pog
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#6
Boss octave.
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#7
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also look at the EHX Micro POG, It's $210 new, but you could find one used under $200 easy. It has One Octave Up, One Octave Down, and a Dry Signal mix, so you can get that sub octave and original mix you are looking for.

http://www.ehx.com/products/micro-pog


Do you need it to track chords or just single note, cause if it's just single notes, save your money and get the multiplexer, if you need to play chords, then yeah, the POG is great
#8
the old Boss OC-2s are the sh*t for this sort of thing.

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