Hi, can you guys give me a feedback on the Octron 2, how you like how you use it? Pro and Cons.
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The POG doesn't have any intervals except octaves. Just FYI.Pro's -best clean octave pedal I have ever played
Con's -it's a little expensive, but well worth it in my opinion.
I think you might get more responses if you explained what context you want to use the pedal in. If you want a great 1 octave up and down this is the pedal for you, if you also want harmonies in 4th and 5th's the Pog or Hog might be a better choice. I have an octron and a WH-1 because the WH-1 can't do both octave up and down like the Octron which is just amazing, add a little fuzz and you'll have a hard time putting your guitar down as it is so much fun.
Good point, having owned both if you just use one effect at a time go for the Octron 1, smaller enclosure and does exactly the same thing without the switching and loop.I found the Octron 2 was just too much for me. I was an Octron user from the start and jumped at the chance to get an Octron 2, only to find that I didn't really need all the seperate switching. I couldn't fault the Octron's performance, neither 1 nor 2, excellent pedals just as the previous posters have said.