#1
i've been looking for a good octave pedal to experiment with some sounds. i've tried the Digitech Whammy and i like it a lot, but wondering if anybody knows about something that may be cheaper or possibly better quality? just not sure what's out there in terms of octave pedals besides the one i tried...
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#2
I think the Whammy! is the most versatile.
I plays guitars.
#3
Quote by scottallica86
i've tried the Digitech Whammy and i like it a lot, but wondering if anybody knows about something that may be cheaper or possibly better quality?

Mate, if there was we'd all have one.

Some of the cheap multiFX units have a whammy setting, the Boss ME50, Korg AX5 and Digitech RP series spring to mind. However it doesn't sound all that great so unless you're going to use all the other effects regularly, save your money for the Whammy.
#4
Boss octave

EH POG
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#5
Quote by Element182
Boss octave

EH POG


Stay away from the Boss has a well known tracking issue... I've also owned on and know about it first hand.

Theres about 20 different Octave pedals out there.. The question i would ask is what you you wanting to use it for? If you want experimentation i can point you to some really crazy ones or you can get something more mellow...
#6
The person who said stay away from boss didnt specify which boss pedal to stay away from. They have made a few trackers over the last few years and some have worked pretty decently. I own the hr-2 and it is a great pedal. It will do a two part harmony at almost any interval and can be made to be a lot more subtle than the whammy or say, a boss ps-5. The only thing that is going to track flawlessly for you (other than some rack unit) is the ehx pog (or hog).
#7
Quote by zora350
The person who said stay away from boss didnt specify which boss pedal to stay away from. They have made a few trackers over the last few years and some have worked pretty decently. I own the hr-2 and it is a great pedal. It will do a two part harmony at almost any interval and can be made to be a lot more subtle than the whammy or say, a boss ps-5. The only thing that is going to track flawlessly for you (other than some rack unit) is the ehx pog (or hog).


I was using the OC-3 and good point, there are a few others...

Its the Pog....