TC Electronic Sub N Up Polyphonic Octave Generator

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  1. HeHasTheJazzHands

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  2. TheWarAgainstTime

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    Looks interesting! I wonder how the price will compare with the EHX Nano POG?

    I've been considering replacing my Whammy DT with a Drop pedal and a Micro/Nano POG since I pretty much only use the DT for shifting down and/or the harmony octave up/down setting, but this may be another strong contender :agreed:
     
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    thats really cool that it comes with its own editor :eek:
     
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    Apparently this'll be $130, and be out in about 2 weeks, so this looks like it'll end up WAY better than the Nano POG, given the toneprint functionality is also giving you complete EQ over your octaves, the ability to add drive to octaves, and add in modulation as well
     
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    I personally would have preferred -1 and +1 and +2 high octaves instead but it still looks cool. I already have a pitchfactor but I will probably pick one of these up to try out within the return period and decide from there if its a keeper. I would like to see what I can do with the editor app
     
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    So it combines the POG and Boss OC2. I'm game.

    Also Paul Gilbert > *

     
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    The sub octave intrigues me. I have an old DOD Meatbox with the sub octave and it's amazing.

    Unfortunately, this only has one output, so it won't be able to duplicate the coolest trick that the meat box can do, where you can run a guitar in, run the dry out to a guitar amp and the wet out to a bass amp and have the best simulation I've ever heard of a bass playing along with your guitar. I guess you could just split the signal before it though...
     
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    Whammy DT or bass whammy with a Molten Voltage G-Quencer will allways be my setup. Cant beat midi presets, expression pedal, and customizable pitch sequencing with tap tempo.
     
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    Albeit, the EHX Pitchfork has a harmoniser too - this doesn't.
     

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