#1
Hey UG,

I've been wanting to get a pedal that could do a simultaneus octave up and down shift, what other pedals are there apart from the EHX P.O.G?

Alternatively I already use a Digitech Whammy so I could use that to shift the sound an octave down and they say get an octavia or some other simple pedal for an octave up sound ?
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#3
Yeah, why do you want to do that? It would just mess up your sound.
Guitars: Fender FSR Standard Strat, Squire Affinity Strat, Epiphone Nighthawk
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#4
The octave sounds would play in harmony with the note being played. So you have your original note then "next to it" the same note shifted an octave up and then "next" to that one shifted down
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#5
Quote by darkwolf291
Wait, you want a pedal that will go one octave up AND one octave down at the same time?
That would just give you the same octave as just bypassing both....


he wants to ultimately have three octaves playing simultaneously I think.
#6
Quote by mh1986
he wants to ultimately have three octaves playing simultaneously I think.


Absolutely right
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#7
What you need is to loop the two octaves! Dogs will cry!
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#8
Quote by darkwolf291
Wait, you want a pedal that will go one octave up AND one octave down at the same time?
That would just give you the same octave as just bypassing both....

Um taking one note, going an octave above and another below wont cancel out anf give you the original note.

Play the following chord clean-
e
b 7
g x
d 4
a x
e 2

It will sound kind of like that. With distortion, it will sound like that if the octaver is before the preamp stage.
#9
pretty sure the guy was thinking about if you had them in order. like one makes it go up and the other just brings it back down..