#1
Looking at an octave pedal to mix with a fuzz kind of thing... (Josh Homme, Jack White...)

Was thinking of a Micro Pog?

Other options include the Micro Synth and the Pog 2.

Im thinking about the Micro Synth because it gives me more options, and i think you can turn off the filter and just use it as a octave?

Opinions?
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#2
Tychobrahe Octavia.

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#3
If you're going for a Jack White thing, get a whammy, the POG doesn't really get that sound.

But I really like the MXR Blue Box for an octave fuzz.
#5
Quote by greeny23
jack white owns a pog though...


I heard from someone that he used the Whammy..... but idk he could've been wrong I didn't really look into it
#6
Quote by greeny23
jack white owns a pog though...

Yes. But he doesn't use it for the octave sounds that you're thinking of. He uses it for stuff like Blue Orchid.
#7
Quote by imgooley
Yes. But he doesn't use it for the octave sounds that you're thinking of. He uses it for stuff like Blue Orchid.


im actually looking for blue orchid style stuff...

would the micro synth be able to do this?
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#8
Quote by greeny23
im actually looking for blue orchid style stuff...

would the micro synth be able to do this?



No. The Micro Synth is monophonic, and the Micro POG is polyphonic, so you can get the octave down to track cleanly on your chords.
#9
Quote by stratguy335
No. The Micro Synth is monophonic, and the Micro POG is polyphonic, so you can get the octave down to track cleanly on your chords.


so i can play lead on the microsynth like an octave pedal?
i dont want to really play chords with it, just lead.
im just unsure if you can just bypass the filter on the synth?
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