I wonder if some one knows a good octave up pedal not a whammy? just an pedal like Boss OC-2 but it goes up insted for down.

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The Boss Super Shifter I think does that but I haven't personally tried it... it also has the capabilities to work like a whammy pedal if you hook up an expression pedal so you'll get the best of both worlds. And if this isn't what you're looking for well then I haven't seen anything around that matches that description.

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well the EHX Micro POG has an octave up and an octave down, but its rather expensive.
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Look at some various Octafuzz pedals. Sounds right up your alley.
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I would take a look at the Johnny Octave by Zvex and the Micro Pog/Pog.
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+1 on the pog. Jack white uses it if you need an example.
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+1 on the pog. Jack white uses it if you need an example.

I thought he used a Digitech Whammy IV.
He uses both as far as I know, he uses the Pog for adding octaves and the Whammy for n0i53.

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