A high quality polyphonic octave pedal for a low price
3 November 2013
Summary: Hi there! I bought this pedal to fatten up my guitar sound with an extra bass sound. I also needed it to fill up the role of the bass guitar in a church quire in which I play guitar. I like the diversity of this pedal,because, besides the guitar, you can plug a bass if you want to, and it also features 3 different modes(poly, oct2 and drive), so it's like you have 3 pedals in 1.
Charles "Jesus came back from the dead.", amazon.com
17 January 2012
Summary: If you want to kick this thing on for a solo or a bit of riff-age it may just suit your needs, but it falls short in a big way for me. It tracks the low E on a guitar 95% of the time which is not good enough. Even in poly-mode it fails often enough to be relegated to 'just for kicks'. I don't care about the fuzz mode, so that feature isn't factoring into this review. Drop D is not going to happen. The tracking failures go up as you move down from a low F.
Summary: Recieved this pedal a couple of days ago, and it's a hit. I decided I needed one of these after watching several youtube demos. I had originally purchased it to transform my guitar signal into bass for recording on Garage Band. This pedal is quite funky, and it really can really summons the Bootsy Collins. You can dial in up to two octives below your line, and add a little hair to in distortion-wise if you like.